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Full text of "1974 Annual Report on Mining, Oil and Gas, and Land Reclamation and Conservation Activities"

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



Harrisburg 



1974 



ANNUAL REPORT ON MINING, OIL AND GAS, AND 



LAND RECLAMATION AND CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



Harrisburg 




1974 



ANNUAL REPORT ON MINING, OIL AND GAS, AND 
LAND RECLAMATION AND CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 
1974 



The Secretary's Letter Of Submittal To The Governor 5 

Foreword -- Walter N. Heine, Associate Deputy Secretary, 

Office of Mines And Land Protection 6 

Letter From Walter J. Vicinelly, Commissioner, Office of 

Deep Mine Safety, To Dr. Maurice K. Goddard, Secretary 7 

Highlights Of Accomplishments g 

Photographs Of Selected Activities n 

Fatal Accident Reports 17 

ANTHRACITE REGION 



Statistical Reports : 

Production, Employes And Fatalities 1870 - 1974 

Study Of Anthracite By County 

Production Of Coal, Employes And Fatalities By County -- 1974. . . . . , 
Summary Of Anthracite Mines, Production And Fatalities By District . . 
Production, How Shipped, Average Days Worked, Employes, 

Explosives, Fatal And Nonfatal Accidents , 

Summary Of Employes By District , 

Operators Producing 40,000 Or More Tons , 

Fatal Accidents -- 1974 , 

Accidents In Which Five Or More Persons Were Killed - 1847--1974 . . . 
County — District Cross Reference List , 

Production Table : 

Production, etc., Of Anthracite Operators By District , 

Breakers, Washeries And Preparation Plants , 

Anthracite Operators 

BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 

Statistical Reports : 

Production, Employes And Fatalities 1877 - 1974 

Production Of Coal, Employes And Fatals By County 

Summary Of Bituminous Coal Mines, Production And Fatalities By District. 

Production of Coal And Coke - Net Tons 

Summary Of Bituminous Coal Employes 

Operators Producing Over 200,000 Tons Of Deep Mined Coal During 1974 . . 
Operators Producing Over 200,000 Tons Of Strip And Auger Mined Coal 

During 1974 

Causes Of Bituminous Fatal Accidents By County 

Bituminous Fatal Accident Victims - 1974 

Accidents In Which Five Or More Persons Were Killed - 1884--1974 . . . . 

Study Of Bituminous Coal By County 

County—District Cross Reference List 

Production Table : 

Production Of Coal, etc., Of Bituminous Coal Operators By District . . . 
Geographical Table : 

Geographical Locations, etc., Of Bituminous Coal Mines By District . . . 

Cleaning Plants And Tipples 

Bituminous Coal Operators 

Directory 



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OIL AND GAS DIVISION 

Tables 1 Through 5 315 

Table 6 - Oil And Gas Inspectors And Districts 354 

PITS AND QUARRIES 

Production Of Minerals - Net Tons 359 

Geographical Formations - By County 361 

Operators - By County 365 



COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 

Department of Environmental Resources 
P. 0. Box 1467 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120 

June 30, 1975 



The Honorable Milton J. Shapp 

Governor 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120 

Dear Governor Shapp: 

The 1974 Annual Activities Report as prepared by the Department 
of Environmental Resources is herewith submitted. The data on bituminous 
coal mining is in compliance with the Pennsylvania Bituminous Coal Mine 
Act (July 17, 1961, P.L. 659) as amended, whereas the information on 
anthracite is in compliance with the Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Mine 
Act (November 10, 1965, P.L. 346) as amended. 

The report demonstrates the continued progress in mineral 
production, safety and environmental protection during 1974. 

It is a pleasure to transmit this record of accomplishments 
especially in view of the fact that this organization is meeting the aims 
and goals as called for in the original meaning of the Act. 

This edition represents the 105th consecutive Annual Report con- 
cerning the Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Mining activities and also 
includes data on oil and gas and pits and quarries in the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania. 



Sincerely yours, 




OFFICE OF MINES AND LAND PROTECTION 
HIGHLIGHTS OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS - 1974 



FOREWORD 



The second year of the energy shortage situation continued to 
impose upon the Department rapidly increasing responsibilities for miner's 
health and safety and environmental protection. 

Riding in tandem with these responsibilities is our obligation and 
policy to carry out our regulatory and permit processing duties in a fair 
and expeditious manner. 

We feel we are making good progress in bringing about a balance 
which will benefit all our citizens by encouraging the continued expansion 
of our energy and mineral industries while retaining and improving Pennsyl- 
vania's precious environment. 



WALTER N. HEINE, P.E. 
Associate Deputy Secretary 
for Mines and Land Protection 




COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

Area Code 717 OFFICE OF DEEP MINE SAFETY 

787-1376 Fulton Bank Building 

787-4805 P. O. Box 2063 

Harnsbuig, Pennsylvania 17120 

May 6, 1975 



Honorable Maurice K. Goddard, Secretary 
Department of Environmental Resources 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
Room 202, Evangelical Press Building 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17120 

Dear Secretary Goddard: 

As required by the mining laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 
I hereby submit to you a brief activities report for the year 1974, 
Office of Deep Mine Safety. 

Statistically, Pennsylvania coal production from deep mine operations 
dropped several million tons immediately prior to the nation's energy 
crisis. This reduction was also evident in the number of man days worked 
wherein a decrease of approximately 100,000 was recorded for 1974 over 
1973. However, with the advent of the fuel crisis came a dramatic change 
in the Commonwealth's coal mining industry. In the past six months, 
ten new mines have opened in the anthracite region and thirty-plus opera- 
tions have opened or are undertaking plans to open in the bituminous region, 

Throughout this period of change, mine fatalities have remained fairly 
constant. In 1973, there were 16 fatal accidents; and in 1974, there 
were 17 miners who lost their lives. It is of course, the goal of our 
organization to eliminate all mine accidents so that Pennsylvania miners 
may be afforded the safe working conditions they rightfully deserve. 
To accomplish this, we have instructed our mine inspectors to pay parti- 
cular attention in their inspections on potential hazards associated with 
roof conditions and underground transportation, two of the more danger- 
ous aspects of deep mining. Moreover, our office has initiated a 
40-hour pre-employment mine safety training program to be given all prospec- 
tive deep mine employees and we have developed a 12-hour training course 
in the use of gas detection equipment to be given all mine officials in 
bituminous coal mines. It is our belief that a productive mine can 
exist only if it remains a safe mine; and training, we believe, is one 
of the major requisites toward accomplishing a zero-frequency of mine 
accidents. 

Respectfully 



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spectfully, / , . 

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Walter J. Vic^elly ^T 

Commissionei 



OFFICE OF MINES AND LAND PROTECTION 
HIGHLIGHTS OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS - 1974 



BUREAU OF SURFACE MINE RECLAMATION 

The Bureau controls all aspects of surface mining and is responsible for the enforcement of the 
Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act and the Clean Streams Law. 

During the year applications for permits for surface coal mines has spiraled upward as a result 
of increased demand for this source of energy. The Bureau's permit application review work load for 
pit and quarry operations also increased considerably. 

The Bureau is continuing its enforcement program to assure proper land reclamation, abatement 
of water pollution and minimization of complaints over blasting. 

The Pennsylvania Coal Industry has for over a year been responding to the anticipated improved 
future for coal consumption by significantly increasing production and the number of strip mine 
operations. This is evidenced by the fact that the anthracite and bituminous total coal production 
increased by 20% in 1974 over 1973. Furthermore, the number of mine drainage permit applications 
received increased by 140% in 1974 over the preceding year. 

BUREAU OF LAND PROTECTION 

Mine Subsidence 

The Mine Subsidence Regulation Division permitted the mining of nearly 200,000,000 tons of 
bituminous coal during the past four years while providing surface support protection requirements for 
nearly 5,000 structures valued at more than $60,000,000. The Division assisted owners of 1 1 1 structures 
that were damaged by new mining during the past four years in reaching repair settlements with coal 
operators that amounted to $320,000. The Division also provided free subsidence evaluation services 
to more than 4,000 citizens during the past four years. Several hundred public school building site 
evaluations were also performed for the Department of Education for new school construction projects. 
Research and studies conducted by the Division have led to a refinement of the formulas used to calculate 
the coal to be left in place to provide surface support which will reduce the number of structures damaged 
by new mining in the future. 

The Mine Subsidence Insurance Division conducted an intensive public information and sales campaign 
that resulted in a 110% increase in the number of properties protected against subsidence damage. Nearly 
7,000 property owners now subscribe to the fund which has paid claims to homeowners totaling $540,000 
during the past four years. 

The payment of the Fund's operating expense by the Department and the exclusive use of premiums 
collected for claims payment has resulted in drastic reductions in the cost of mine subsidence insurance. 
Three rate reductions in the past four years, along with discounts for advance premium payment and 
for senior citizens, have resulted in low rates that make subsidence insurance available to all who need 
it. The Fund's unique insurance program is now also available for non-residential properties. 

Oil and Gas 

To assist the industry in maximizing the production of fuels during the current energy crisis the 
Division has placed highest priority on the issuance of permits for the drilling of new and abandonment 
of old wells and on the availability of field inspectional personnel to minimize the down time of drilling 
rigs. Inspectors are available on a 7 day a week, 24 hour a day basis, and permits are being issued 
on the same day that the applications are received. 



10 The Division has expanded its pollution abatement and prevention work by assisting the Department 

in abandoned well plugging projects and in implementing the new erosion and sediment control program. 
Consultation continues to be provided to local government to eliminate safety hazards in private residences 
in natural gas and coal mining areas. 

Solid Waste Management 

For the past several years the emphasis in the solid waste management program has been on planning 
by local government and the closure of inadequate disposal sites. 400 open dumps have been closed 
by the Division and 500 facilities and sites for solid wastes have been approved. Regional, county-wide 
and local plans have been completed and are ready for implementation. These plans will consolidate 
solid waste streams and will form the foundation for resource recovery systems in the future. 

Enactment of the Pennsylvania Solid Waste/Resource Recovery Development Act provides a state 
sponsored funding program to stimulate resource recovery projects. Future program emphasis will deal 
with the development of such projects to recover materials, fuel and energy from wastes that are now 
disposed of on the land. Market studies are underway to assess the potential for secondary materials 
throughout the state. These studies will be completed next year and will form an integral part of the 
Division's program for resource recovery. 

Each advance in the Department's water and air pollution control programs result in increasing 
quantities of treatment plant residues for land disposal. The Division will begin a hazardous waste 
management program next year to assure proper disposal of these and other hazardous wastes. Increased 
activity is also planned in clearing up the unsightliness and pollution caused by the disposal of coal 
mining and processing wastes. 



BUREAU OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 

The Bureau of Occupational Health has been operating on three priority areas during the year. 
These areas are employee complaints, confined space entry procedures and employees' exposures in 
quarries. 

Practically all of the employee complaints have been from Commonwealth employees, especially 
among the organized groups. The majority of these complaints concern recurring heat and air conditioning 
problems in office situations. One complaint dealt with an adverse heat exposure and the Bureau was 
not notified of the problem until it had reached the fourth level grievance stage which complicated the 
Bureau's actions. It is expected that this problem will be resolved by the installation of air conditioning 
before the hot weather season of 1975. 

During 1973 there were a series of deaths during entry into confined spaces. The biggest problem 
of the Bureau at the present deals with entry into manholes and other confined spaces in conjunction 
with work on sewerage and water systems. To combat this problem the Bureau is contacting all 
governmental sewerage and water system operators and has embarked on a program of explaining the 
requirements and reasons for these requirements at association meetings and also has acted as a consultant 
to groups who are establishing training programs to teach the proper use of equipment necessary to 
serve confined space entry. 

The Bureau's current occupational health activities with quarries is concentrating on employees' 
exposures to dust and noise. Again a combined approach of inspection to document violations of 
regulations and a dissemination of information on the Bureau's activities to quarry operators through 
their industry associations is being taken. 

Our major problem in achieving compliance is directed with state government operations. There 
will be some delay with state government in compliance because of budgetary restrictions concerning 
purchase of certain necessary equipment and in some cases major capital investment involving some millions 
of dollars. 



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While abandoned coal refuse piles continue to cause many environmental 
problems, the Department's new regulations for active coal refuse disposal 
operations will prevent future problems from mining wastes. 




Many communities must rely on sanitary landfills for solid waste disposal. 
The Pennsylvania Solid Waste Resource Recovery Development Act adopted 
in 197^ will help these communities finance resource recovery projects 
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Mine Subsidence damage continues to plague homeowners in the coal mining 
regions of the state. Reductions in mine subsidence insurance premium 
rates during 197 ^ make the Commonwealth's subsidence insurance a bigger 
bargain than ever before. 



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FATAL 
ACCIDENTS 



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Sketch Of Fatal Tipple Accident 

PENFIELD TIPPLE -- MARLOWE COAL COMPANY 

January 4, 1974 - 9th Bituminous District 

G. F. Moody, Mine Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 19 

Gerald F. Moody, Mine Inspector 9th Bituminous District 

On January 4, 1974, at approximately 8:45 A.M., a tipple foreman, 55 years of age, 
married, having no children under the age of 18, and having had 15 years experience at this 
occupation, 35 total years experience in mining, was fatally injured when he was pinned against 
a belt conveyor at the Penfield No. 1 Tipple, Marlowe Mining Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

This tipple operation started on the date of the fatality at approximately 5:30 A.M. 
The roads were ashed due to snow the previous night. The tipple started to operate at 
approximately 7:00 A.M. One truck of coal was dumped into the coal bin and a second truck 
started to unload when informed by the general superintendent to hold up the unloading until 
the railroad car could be spotted under the discharge chute from the coal tipple. The truck 
driver stopped unloading his truck as instructed; then, without authorization, he finished unloading 
his truck onto the filled coal bin. This caused the coal bin to overflow forcing the back cover 
open on the cover wall, and this forced the coal to drop onto the structure cover of the belt 
conveyor. The roof of the structure collapsed pinning the victim and his brother onto the 
conveyor. 

The victim was pronounced dead on arrival at the local community hospital. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of an overloading of a coal bin which forced the back 
cover open, causing the coal to flow onto the conveyor belt structure roof. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the employes following the directives of the 
management. 

The structure of any bin shall be ample in strength to withstand any excess weight 
or load limits fully enforced. The management has been instructed to replace the cover with 
reinforced structural steel of ample strength prior to reactivating the tipple. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the truck driver for not carrying 
out the instructions of the management. 

Also, the management must assume their share of the responsibility for not making 
employes work in a safe manner and carry out all directives providing safe fool proof structures 
of ample strength. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Machinery Accident 

WARWICK NO. 3 - DUQUESNE LIGHT COMPANY 

January 26, 1974 - 4th Bituminous District 

E. C. Urbany, Mine Inspector 

S. W. Marsinek, Electrical Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 21 

Edward C. Urbany, Mine Inspector 4th Bituminous District 

Stephen W. Marsinek, Electrical Inspector 

On January 26, 1974, at approximately 2:30 PM., a roof bolter, 46 years of age, married, having 
no children under the age of 18, and having had 4 years experience at this occupation, 24 years total experience 
in the mines, was fatally injured when he was caught between the bolter and the bumper of the Kersey tractor 
in the Warwick No. 3 Mine, Duquesne Light Company. 

The injured died February 11, 1974 of acute embolism caused by a compound fracture of his left 
leg. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim and the roof bolter had hung the miner cable across the intersection where the roof bolting 
machine was sitting. The continuous mining machine was in the next entry and ready to be moved through 
the intersection. They, after tying the miner cable, sat on the backend of the roof bolting machine which 
was parked at the inby side of the intersection. While they were sitting on the bolting machine, a Kersey battery 
tractor and trailer, operated by another employe, was approaching them. 

The operator of the tractor saw a trailer sitting around the corner to the right of the bolting machine 
as he approached the intersection. After seeing the trailer, he decided that he would pull up close to where 
the two men were sitting and talk to them. After pulling to within a few feet of them, he applied the brakes 
on the tractor but they did not work. The operator yelled to the two men, but the victim was caught between 
the bolter and the bumper of the Kersey tractor. The operator of the tractor had the section mechanic work 
on the brakes of the tractor during the shift, and just prior to the accident the brakes were working. An 
investigation of the tractor revealed that the master cylinder on the brakes was dry and that an "O" ring on 
one of the brake heads had blown out. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the failure of the "0" ring on the brake pad of the Kersey tractor. 
Also, the tractor operator deviated from his normal route of travel. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the following: 

1. The operator shall not deviate from normal travel route without first giving adequate warning 
to working personnel of his intentions. 

2. If after bleeding the brake system one time and brake begins to fail again, the brake fluid reservoir 
shall be checked; and if any less brake fluid is indicated, equipment shall be taken out of service until 
brakes are repaired. 

3. All personnel shall be reinstructed as to the hazards inherent to mobile equipment. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the tractor operator by directing his tractor 
and trailer toward the two men on the drill without first warning them of his intentions; although, the brake 
failure was the cause of the accident. 



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48" Roof Bolts 

48" Roof Bolts w/mats 

Line timbers w/line brattice 

Machine operators 

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Rock: 10' -8" x 10 '-10" x 0" to 15" thick 
Broken slickensided dark shale with roof coal 



CROSS SECTION OF FALL 
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Sketch Of Fatal Roof Fall Accident 

FLORENCE NO. 2 - THE FLORENCE MINING COMPANY 

January 31, 1974 -- 16th Bituminous District 

L. D. Kimmel, Mine Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 23 

Lester D. Kimmel, Mine Inspector 16th Bituminous District 

On January 31, 1974, at approximately 2:30 A.M., a laborer, working as a helper on 
a Miner at the time of the accident, 32 years of age, divorced, having 4 children under the 
age of 18, and having had 11 months experience as a helper, 15 months total experience in 
the mines, was fatally injured in a roof fall accident in the Florence No. 2 Mine, Florence Mining 
Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was killed when he advanced beyond supported roof. The machine operator 
was in the process of cleaning up loose coal with the Miner in preparation to set an additional 
crossbar, as instructed by the assistant foreman in charge. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the victim disregarding the timbering plans for this mine 
and the instructions given that no one shall advance beyond supported roof except to set temporary 
supports before installing permanent roof supports. In addition, due to the roof conditions in 
this mine, the assistant foreman had instructed the crew to cut down the top coal and set another 
crossbar before continuing any further mining during his inspection at 1 :00 A.M. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by strict compliance of the roof control plans 
in addition to the safety rules adopted. Also, no one shall be in advance of the Miner operator 
when the machine is in operation, whether cutting coal or cleaning up spillage. Further, when 
preparing to set permanent timbers or roof supports, the roof shall be examined carefully by 
an experienced person and temporary supports set before attempting to set permanent supports. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim for disregarding the 
regulations in use and for advancing into a known dangerous condition. Since the Miner operator 
was in the process of cleaning up, he did not notice the victim had advanced beyond supported 
roof. 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 25 

Lawrence Jones, Mine Inspector 19th Bituminous District 

Anthony E. Valeri, Assisting Mine Inspector 

On March 4, 1974, at approximately 5:50 PJM., a mechanic, 56 years of age, widower, having one 
child under the age of 18, and having had 25 years experience at this occupation, 38 total years experience 
in the mines, was fatally injured while riding a belt at high speed in the Colver Mine, Eastern Associated Coal 
Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The crew entered the mine at 4:00 P.M. and went to the Main "H" Section. Two men stopped at 
the supply track to send timber up on the No. 3 Belt. The mechanic and shuttle car operator went to the 
tail of the No. 3 Belt to remove the supplies. The mechanic (victim) operated the belt stop switch and the 
shuttle car operator took the supplies off the No. 3 Belt. When the supplies were all sent up, the No. 3 Belt 
crew, except the victim, went to the face; and, after changing bits in the mining machine, they started to load 
coal. 

They loaded one shuttle car of coal and dumped it on the No. 3 Belt. When the shuttle car operator 
arrived at the belt tail to dump the second shuttle car of coal, the belt was stopped. While he was waiting 
for the belt to start, the assistant came from the face area. After about ten minutes, they called to see if 
the main line belt was running. They were informed that the main line belt was running. They then checked 
with the men from the outby section to see if their belt was operating, and were informed that the belt was 
running and the man on the phone said that the pull cord lights were out on the outby No. 2 Belt. The 
assistant started down the No. 3 Belt and the man from the outby section started up the No. 2 Belt. As 
the assistant traveled along the No. 2 Belt, he found the victim lying along the No. 2 Belt in a water hole. 
The victim was placed on a stretcher and taken to the surface where an ambulance was waiting and took him 
to the hospital. 

During the investigation it was learned that the victim got on the No. 3 Belt for some unknown reason 
and was taken over the drive unit where the clearance between the roof and the head roller was 9 1/2". The 
No. 3 Belt line was 286 feet long and traveling 342 feet per minute. He traveled 272 feet down the No. 3 
Belt before he got the belt shut off. The pull cord was broken where the victim was found. It is believed 
that he pulled it apart when he stopped the No. 2 Belt. It was evident that he had struck the timber inby 
and outby the head roller of No. 3 Belt. When he was asked what he was doing, he stated that he was going 
for a can to put nails in and was hit by a piece of rock, however, there was no evidence where a piece of 
rock had fallen. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the victim riding a belt at high speed. When he went over the head 
roller he was injured so severly that he died three hours later in the hospital. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the following: 

1. By not riding belts at high speeds. 

2. By providing adequate clearance over all belt drives to clear a man in the event he should go 
over the drive. 

3. By not riding a belt except when it is being controlled for a mantrip. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim inasmuch as he was riding a belt 
that the crew had been instructed not to ride. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Stripping Accident 
LP PERMIT NO. 1-46 — TWILIGHT INDUSTRIES, INC. 

March 8, 1974 - 32nd Bituminous District 
William Cherry, Mine Conservation Inspector 
J. D. Leighty, Assisting, Inspector-at-Large 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 27 

William Cherry, Mine Conservation Inspector 32nd Bituminous District 

J. D. Leighty, Assisting, Inspector-at-Large 

On March 8, 1974, at approximately 9:55 A.M., a contract driller, 21 years of age, 
married, having two children under the age of 18, and having had 23 months experience mining, 
was fatally injured when his drill contacted the high voltage line at the March Strip, Surface 
Permit 1-46, Twilight Industries, Incorporated. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

Drilling was completed on Area No. 1 and the drill rig was being moved to the other 
area to drill, necessitating driving to an inverted "V" in the road and backing to the second 
area. The victim's buddy was driving the truck and the victim was at the left rear of the drill 
truck directing the driver at the "V" in the road from where the truck was to be backed to 
the second drilling area. The drill boom was in an upright position. A high voltage power 
line crosses over the "V" at this point and the drill boom came in contact with the line carrying 
7400 volts. 

It is assumed the victim was holding onto the drill truck when it contacted the line. 
One of the witnesses, the victim's buddy, stated that he observed the victim in his rear-view 
mirror and saw him fall from the truck with both hands outstretched with an electric arc between 
the truck and his hands. Another witness, repairing another drill some 50 feet away, stated 
that he heard the victim scream and saw the same thing as the victim's buddy. 

Artificial resuscitation was given immediately to no avail, and the victim was enroute 
to the hospital within fifteen minutes. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the drill boom coming in contact with the power line, 
due to the victim's failure to follow instructions given him by the foreman one-half hour earlier, 
ie: the boom of the drill rig must be lowered to a horizontal position before moving to the 
next location of work. 

Visibility was poor so it is assumed that the victim had misjudged the position of the 
power line or forgot about it in the process of directing the truck. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by taking special precautions at all times while 
working in the proximity of power lines. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim as he failed to follow 
the foreman's instructions to lower the drill boom to the horizontal position before moving to 
the new location. 

The victim either misjudged the distance to the power line or was so preoccupied with 
moving the drill rig that he possibly forgot about the power line. 




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C. E. Kashner, Mine Inspector 7th Anthracite District 

On March 22, 1974, at approximately 8:30 A.M., a miner 40 years of age, married, 
having 4 children under the age of 18, and having had 15 years experience at this occupation, 
18 years total experience in the mines, was fatally injured when blast holes went off in the 
Big Mountain Colliery, Mountain View Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim drilled three holes off the gangway, tamped them, then proceeded to install 
a chute battery and spout at No. 7 chute, 6th level east gangway. Upon completion of the 
chute, the victim crawled behind the chute battery to connect the blast holes, at which time 
they went off catching the victim behind the battery. 

The firing line had already been energized due to stray current from a 1 10 volt electric 
cable. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of a stray current emitting from a faulty electric cable 
used to run a booster fan with 110 volt current on the gangway. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the following: 

1. Ordering the faulty cable removed from the gangway and destroying it so that 
it cannot be reused in any section of the mine. 

2. Notify the mine and electrical inspectors before any additional electric installations 
are made so that proper tests can be made. 

3. In this case power lines shall be installed on one side of the gangway and firing 
line on the other side. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by the mine foreman, victim and 
remaining partners as a more thorough check of the ground wire during installation may have 
revealed the ground wire to be broken. Also, the continuity of the ground would have reduced 
the chance of this defective electric cable emitting sufficient stray current to detonate the three 
charged holes. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Stripping Accident 

LITTLE BUCK MT. - SCHUYLKILL CONTRACTING CO 

April 2, 1974 - 4th Anthracite District 

W. D. Maurer, Mine Conservation Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 31 

William D. Maurer, Mine Conservation Inspector 4th Anthracite District 

On April 2, 1974, at approximately 8:30 A.M., a truck driver, 18 years of age, single, 
with approximately three weeks experience at this occupation, was fatally injured when the truck 
he was operating ran out of control while transporting coal from the strip mine operation to 
the breaker at the Little Buck Mountain Strip Mine of Warcola Construction Company, sub 
contractor for the Schuylkill Contracting Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

Victim, employed as a truck driver, was hauling strip mine coal from the operation 
to the Marlin Breaker. According to a co-worker and a passenger in the vehicle, they were 
descending Mine Hill Road and the victim stated that he was unable to build up any brake pressure, 
that they would never negotiate the hard curve ahead and to jump. The victim and passenger 
both jumped from the moving vehicle. The victim was fatally injured with death attributed 
to a broken neck. (Passenger was hospitalized with fracture of right ankle.) The driverless truck 
continued for about 200 feet down the hill and then upset on its left side. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The truck ran out of control and the victim leaped from the moving vehicle. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

Loaded trucks shall descend steep grades in lower gear and driver should always ascertain 
that the braking system is in proper working condition. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim as he apparently made 
an error in judgment. 



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MARGARET MINE -- ROCHESTER & PITTSBURGH COAL COMPANY 

April 11, 1974 -- 10th Bituminous District 

C. F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 
F. J. Shoaf, Jr., Assisting Mine Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 33 

Clarence F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 10th Bituminous District 

Frank J. Shoaf, Jr., Assisting Mine Inspector 

On April 11, 1974, at approximately 5:30 P.M., an assistant mine foreman, 60 years 
of age, married, having no children under the age of 18, and having had 10 years experience 
at this occupation, 36 years total experience in the mines, was fatally injured by a roof fall 
in the Margaret No. 7 Mine, Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The loading crew on the 12:01 shift in the 5 Butt, 11 Left Section, on April 10, 
1974, had mined in the No. 3 Room and at quitting time moved the machine back from the 
face approximately 50 feet and parked at the last open crosscut. When the day shift crew arrived 
in the heading at approximately 9:00 A.M., they found that a fall had occurred and covered 
the machine, the area of the crosscut and the No. 3 Room outby the crosscut. 

The mine foreman was sent for and after assessing the condition of the place, instructed 
the foreman in charge to clean up the rock and timber the place as the work advanced. The 
afternoon shift of April 10 and the 12:01 shift of April 11 continued with the cleanup. At 
approximately 2:30 A.M. the crew stopped working due to roof movement inby the caved area 
in the No. 3 Room. They returned sometime later after the roof had quieted down and resumed 
work. 

The members of the crew questioned stated that the roof above the cave sounded very 
good and due to the angle of the roof and loose material it was not practical to set temporary 
supports. 

The victim and one crew member were on top of the fall sliding the rock off the 
top. Four other crew members were down below along the edge of the fall loading the rock 
into a shuttle car when, suddenly and without warning, a massive fall occurred and caught the 
victim and three other crew members who were struck with the fall of sliding rock. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of persons, cleaning up a roof fall to recover a mining 
machine, exposing themselves beyond roof supports when a second fall occurred. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented, when work of this nature is in progress, by no 
person exposing himself beyond the safety of the supported roof. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by the assistant mine foreman (victim) 
for exposing himself and allowing his men to be exposed beyond supported roof, and the workmen 
under his supervision for allowing themselves to be exposed beyond supported roof. 



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Joseph Reggianni, Mine Inspector 6th Bituminous District 

A. S. Gillingham, Assisting Mine Inspector 

On April 11, 1974, at approximately 10:00 P.M., a mechanic, employed as a shuttle car operator at time 
of accident, 29 years of age, married, having one child under the age of 18, and having had 4 years 8 months 
experience in the mines, was fatally injured when he was crushed between cars in the Montour No. 4 Mine, Pittsburgh 
Coal Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim entered the mine at the Lake Portal on the afternoon shift to perform his duties as a regular 
mechanic in the 16 Face, Section 10 Mains. He was then instructed to perform several maintenance jobs and 
then to fill in as a shuttle car operator due to the absence of the section foreman. The victim was familiar with 
this job as he was a shuttle car operator prior to becoming a maintenance man. 

At approximately 10:00 P.M., the victim was on the loading ramp operating the shuttle car, and had 
dumped all but a few bushels which filled the mine car. The brakeman (victim's buddy) pulled the uncoupling 
lever on the loaded car and signaled with his headlight down the entry for the motorman to pull away; but he 
did not get the signal, so he did not move the trip. The brakeman then asked the victim to hold down the uncoupling 
lever while he signaled the motorman to pull away. The victim left the shuttle car on the ramp with the boom 
over the side of the cars and attempted to follow the brakeman's orders by trying to uncouple the mine cars 
from the tight side. One witness, standing on the ramp, said the victim attempted to uncouple the loads and 
failed; thus, he reached down between the cars as they started to move to make the cut by pulling the chain. 
Due to the distance traveled by the mine cars, the victim was trapped with no way to escape and was crushed 
between the mine car and shuttle car. The witness immediately drifted the shuttle car off the ramp freeing the 
victim who was lying in the center of the ramp. 

He was given first aid and placed on a stretcher and taken outside to an ambulance. He was then taken 
to the Washington Hospital where he was dead on arrival. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the following: 

The victim placed himself between the mine cars and shuttle car when uncoupling; poor communications 
between the brakeman and locomotive operator; the victim left his shuttle car on the ramp with the boom over 
the side of the mine cars; and the uncoupling of the mine cars from the tight side. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by better communications between brakeman and motorman. Also, 
signal lights or other means of communications shall be installed at section loading ramps. Shuttle cars shall be 
backed off of ramps immediately upon unloading their contents. 

Also, no one shall attempt to uncouple mine cars when a shuttle car is on a ramp with boom over the 
side of the mine cars or without proper clearance. Uncoupling of cars shall be done from clearance side; uncoupling 
levers shall be maintained in good operating condition. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by the victim and the management alike; primarily 
the victim for placing himself in a position to be trapped; the management for not providing better communications 
between brakeman and motorman. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Non-Coal Accident 

NEW JERSEY ZINC MINE -- NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY 

May 3, 1974 - East District 

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William M. Smith, Inspector for Mines East District 

Other Than Coal Mines 

On May 3, 1974, at approximately 2:30 A.M., an underground truck driver, 24 years 
of age, single, and having 4 months total experience in the mines, was fatally injured when his 
truck ran off a cliff at New Jersey Zinc Mine, New Jersey Zinc Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim was a truck driver and up until the time of the accident, had been hauling 
waste into an empty stope. To get into the empty stope, he had to back the truck 175 feet 
around a sharp left turn. On the trip the accident occurred, the driver failed to make the left 
turn and backed straight onto an unused road that was supposed to have an earthen or rock 
barricade. 

Backing an extra 200 feet more than the normal distance than he would have had 
to back into the stope, he ran off a twenty foot cliff. This truck was equipped with a trainee 
seat and the trainee that was on the truck was slightly injured. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the victim backing the truck where it should not have 
been; also, removal of the barricade that was supposed to protect this road. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident could have been prevented by closer control by the management 
to be assured that the barricades are present on all unused roads; also, more care by the drivers 
to be sure that they are not placing the equipment in a dangerous position. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by the company and victim; the 
company in that they failed to maintain a proper barricade across the unused road, the victim 
in that he backed his truck down a dangerous road where he had no business to be. 



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REVLOC NO. 32 -- BETHLEHEM MINES CORPORATION 

May 18, 1974 -- 19th Bituminous District 

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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

Anthony E. Valeri, Mine Inspector 19th Bituminous District 

Michael Phillips, Assisting Mine Inspector 

On May 18, 1974, at approximately 8:30 P.M., a general inside laborer, employed as 
a continuous miner operator's helper at time of accident, 21 years of age, single, having 2 months 
experience as a continuous miner operator's helper, and having 6 1/2 months total experience 
in the mines, was fatally injured by a roof fall at Revloc No. 32 Mine, Bethlehem Mines 
Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

After tramming the mining machine out of place, the miner operator and victim had 
instructions from the foreman to post mined out area with props and prepare place so that the 
pinning machine operator could set planks and pin same. While making preparation to timber 
place, as per instructions, a piece of rock fell from the roof striking the victim on the head 
and knocking him to mine floor. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of a piece of rock falling and striking the victim on left 
front side of his head and fracturing his skull. 

Since there were no eye witnesses to the accident, the actual location and position 
of the victim and what he was doing immediately prior to the rock fall, it is supposed that 
the cause was due to the lack of immediate proper supervision, where a known dangerous condition 
existed and where apprentice miners were involved, and due to the hazards of the industry, 
particularly in pillar mining. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by work being done under constant supervision 
where known dangerous conditions exist, particularly where apprentice miners are involved, that 
they may receive proper instructions as to the dangers involved with the job. Management shall 
instruct and/or re-instruct all employes on the job safe work procedures. Also, all apprentice 
miners at the working face will be under constant supervision. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by the management, victim, machine 
operator and the hazards of the industry, particularly in pillar mining. 

From the testimony given there seemed to be enough instructions given everyone 
concerned; however, instructors agreed that support was required. But, whether through 
misunderstanding, misjudgment or lack of knowledge a proper determination in evaluating the 
conditions was not made. 



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William Garay, Mine Inspector 17th Bituminous District 

Gerald F. Moody, Assisting Mine Inspector 

On May 21, 1974, at approximately 11:58 A.M., a dozer operator, 54 years of age, 
married, having no children under the age of 18, and having 2 years experience at this occupation, 
36 years total experience in the mines, was fatally injured when he fell into a porthole on the 
surface at Rushton Mine, Rush ton Mining Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

After reporting to work on May 21, the victim was instructed by his foreman as to 
his duty, then proceeded to his assigned work area and began at approximately 9:30 A.M. The 
victim was next observed by the foreman at approximately 11:00 A.M. when he went to check 
on men working on a ventilation pipe from the stockpile area. The foreman again visited the 
stockpile area at approximately 12:00 Noon and discovered the dozer idle on the stockpile and 
the victim missing. A thorough search was made but the victim could not be found. 

There was evidence from the footprints of the victim leading onto the stockpile and 
into the porthole which led down the chute, leading onto the main loading conveyor belt which 
leads into the railroad car loading side. 

When the victim could not be located in or about the surface plant and stockpile area, 
it was assumed that he had strayed too far onto the stockpile area and had fallen into the loading 
chute, thence through the Syntron feeder No. 6, onto the belt line and dumped into the No. 10 
railroad car loading on the siding. The final search proved this to be factual. The victim was 
recovered from the car at the Pennsylvania Electric Company power plant at Shawville, 
Pennsylvania at approximately 8:50 P.M. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of the victim misjudging the edge of the coal stockpile 
over the active porthole over the Syntron belt feeder. This caused the victim to either fall or 
slide into the porthole. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident could be prevented by the employes following the orders of their 
supervisors and the warnings of fellow employes. Signs are being erected to instruct all personnel, 
except when authorized, to stay out of this area. Employes doing this work shall stay on their 
dozer equipment except when off the stockpile area on solid footing. 

This victim was instructed many times as to the hazards of open portholes in the 
surrounding area of his assigned environment. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be charged to the hazards of the coal mining 
industry as there were no eye witnesses. There were no violations of the Coal Mining Act of 
Pennsylvania, NO. 339, approved July 17, 1961. 



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Charles F. Speelman, Mine Conservation Inspector 36th Bituminous District 

On June 15, 1974, at approximately 8:10 A.M., a fuel tank truck driver, 21 years 
of age, single, with approximately three years part-time experience at this occupation, was fatally 
injured when he was reeling in fuel hose on fuel tank truck and the truck drifted down the 
ramp into the pit crushing him at the strip mine operation of W. P. Stahlman Coal Company, 
Inc. under Permit No. 9-38. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim, employed as a fuel tank truck operator, started his regular workday at 
7 A.M. from the Ray B. Kennedy storage yard and shop. He was dispatched to the W. 
P. Stahlman Coal Company's open pit in Limestone Township, Clarion County to fuel and service 
equipment. He fueled a dozer and then proceeded to a Jaeger 4" diesel pump located in an 
open pit at the bottom of a ramp, approximately 100' from where the tank truck was parked 
at the top of the ramp. It appears that he had completed fueling the pump as the fuel tank 
on pump was full and the nozzle to hose was in place on the tank truck. It is presumed that, 
while reeling the hose onto the tank truck, the truck drifted backward and crushed the victim. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

Failure to properly secure tank truck while performing other duties outside of tank 
truck. (No eye witnesses to accident.) 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

Secure mobile equipment by use of brakes, chocks or other means in case of failure 
of any electrical or mechanical holding devices. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident lies upon the victim for not securing the tank truck 
while performing other duties. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Strip Mine Accident 

STRIP PERMIT NO. 20-29 -- RIVER HILL COAL CO., INC. 

June 21, 1974 -- 45th Bituminous District 

W. A. Morrison, Mine Inspector 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 45 

Wayne A. Morrison, Mine Conservation Inspector 45th Bituminous District 

On June 21, 1974, at approximately 2 P.M., a dragline oiler, 18 years of age, single, 
with four weeks known experience at the strip mine, all at this occupation, was fatally injured 
by a 4600 Manitowac dragline at the Kunes operation, Permit No. 20-29, of the River Hill Coal 
Company, Inc. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim, employed as a dragline oiler, had finished lunch and was presumed to be 
in the house cab at the rear of the dragline where he was to be cleaning up spilled oil. He 
was last seen approximately one hour before the accident occurred by another employe who 
was repairing the dozer. Since there were no eye witnesses, it is presumed that the victim placed 
himself in such a position that he was exposed to a hazard while the dragline was in operation, 
whereby he was struck by the rotating dragline, crushing him between the right front side of 
the counterweight and the right front crawler pads. The victim, lying face down on the ground 
just in front of the right crawler, was found by the foreman as he walked from the nearby 
parked dozer to the dragline. A hand grease gun was found on the ground at the front side 
of the right crawler near the victim. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The accident was caused by the victim placing himself whereby he was precariously 
positioned in line of the rotating dragline that he could not recover to safety before being drawn 
into a fatal position. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent, or appreciably reduce the possibility of the reoccurrence of a similar 
accident, the use of simulated hazardous motions, positions, and circumstances that could cause 
an accident (such as moving or rotating equipment) could be incorporated into the training 
program, along with other related safety measures where it is found that an individual is an 
inexperienced worker. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed upon the victim for allowing himself 
to be in such a position that he was in line of the rotating dragline and could not recover to 
safety in time. 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 47 

J. M. Hovanic, Mine Inspector 8th Bituminous District 

John Pringle, Electrical Inspector 

On June 27, 1974, at approximately 7:50 P.M., a repairman, 59 years of age, married, 
having no children under the age of 18, and having 2 years experience as a repairman, 30 years 
total experience in the mines, was injured when a clevis eye broke at the Vesta No. 5 Mine, 
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation. 

The injured died several hours later as a result of the accident. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

During the vacation period the longwall system was being moved. The shift the victim 
was working entered the section at 4:30 P.M. After examinations of chock to be removed, 
some grading was done and other preparations for height. Rope, clevis, chain and shive pulleys 
were placed and anchored and chock was moved ahead toward runaway along the face 42 inches. 
At approximately 7:50 P.M. the foreman directed the phone operator to call the hoist operator, 
300 feet away, to release the tension on the rope. (The hoistman in turn calls over the PA 
system to confirm that tension was released.) 

The victim, stationed between chock 53 and 54, stepped out of chock protection and 
started toward anchor point before the hoistman had confirmed over the PA system that tension 
was released. At that instant, the clevis eye broke under tension and struck the victim resulting 
in injuries which caused his death several hours later. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of failure of the clevis eye hooked to chain and rope 
for tension used to move chocks with shive pulleys; the failure of the victim hearing or waiting 
to hear the hoist operator confirm that tension was released on rope; and, failure of the 
management and employes adhering to stricter communication enforcement. (The use of two-call 
confirmation from hoist operator before any employe moves out of chock protection.) 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the following: 

1. Two-call confirmation that rope tension has been released be made by hoistman 
over the PA system before any employe moves from chock protection. 

2. Moving controls of hoist near to work area so that foreman, phone man arid hoist 
operator can better communicate and all concerned can be better informed of what 
moves are to be made. 

3. Allowing no one along runway or rope area before and during time same would 
be placed under any tension. 

4. Better and closer inspection of clevises, chains, ropes, and shive pulleys and heavier 
clevises than the one that broke (5/8 inch). 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by the victim and management; 
the management for failing to enforce stricter rules as to not allowing any employe out of chock 
protection until the hoist operator had made secondary PA system announcement that rope tension 
was released; the victim for failing to appraise danger by not waiting for confirmation of hoist 
operator over the PA system and leaving chock area while rope was under tension. 



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STRIP PERMIT NO. 135-10 - SMITH & ROGOS COAL COMPANY 

August 14, 1974 - 46th Bituminous District 

Gary L. Tamburlin, Mine Conservation Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 49 

Gary L. Tamburlin, Mine Conservation Inspector 46th Bituminous District 

On August 14, 1974, at approximately 11:10 A.M., a coal strip mine operator, 64 
years of age, married, with two children both over 18 years of age, with approximately 35 years 
experience at this occupation, was fatally injured when an explosion occurred inside the regulator 
as he was changing gauges on an oxygen tank and the back cap blew out, striking victim on 
left part of forehead. Accident occurred at strip mine of Smith & Rogos Coal Company, Strip 
Permit No. 135-10. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim had just changed the oxygen tanks; and after replacing the gauges onto 
the new tank, he reached up and turned the oxygen tank on. In so doing an explosion took 
place inside the regulator and the back cap of the regulator was blown out, striking victim in 
the left part of forehead, thus causing fatal accident. The victim was transferred from the site 
to the Ridgway Hospital. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

It appeared that either grease, oil or dust in the gauges caused the explosion inside 
the regulator and blew the back cap out. Possibly in removing the gauges, or replacing them, 
there could have been some grease, dust or oil on the fitting. When turning the oxygen on, 
the amount of pressure causes a great deal of heat and it may have ignited the unknown substance. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

Take greater precautions in the handling and placing of the gauges, and also follow 
the gas safety fundamentals issued by the suppliers of this oxygen, particularly, when turning 
on an oxygen valve, "Stand to the side of regulator when opening cylinder valve." 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim as when he replaced 
the gauges on the tank he did not check for dust, oil or grease on the fittings, nor did he stand 
off to the side of the regulator when turning on the oxygen valve as recommended. 



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C. F. Kelly, Mine Inspector 10th Bituminous District 

E. R. Shoemaker, Electrical Inspector 

On August 31, 1974, at approximately 10:30 AM., a roof bolter, 58 years of age, married, having 
no children under the age of 18, and having 8 years experience at this occupation, 31 years total mining experience, 
was injured when hydraulic oil ignited at the Jane 1-2 Mine, Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company. 

The victim died on September 22, 1974 as a result of first, second and third degree burns of the 
back of the neck, head and back. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

Two men were installing roof bolts along the main tract heading, approximately 900 ft. inby the slope 
bottom. The 550 volt D.C. Galis roof bolter was mounted on rubber tires and was connected to the power 
supply through an automatic circuit breaker set to trip at 800 amp (Federal standards for #2 cable, 2 c/wg). 

The bolter operator was instructed to install three bolts along the clearance side of the heading and 
then go to another job. The men installed five bolts and were drilling the sixth bolt hole and had it drilled 
about 47"deep when the victim (bolter operator) lowered the bolter head to the bottom as stated by the bolter 
operator helper. 

The bolter operator nor the helper could state exactly what happened. The bolter operator was to 
state later that no part of the machine came in contact with the energized trolley wire. 

The investigating committee heard the testimony of all persons concerned and are of the opinion that 
a taped abrasion on the trailing cable of the bolting machine, approximately four feet from the bolter, shorted 
from the positive wire to the safety ground. The safety ground then burned off about 18" from the point 
it was clamped to the bond return of the track. This would allow the safety ground to remain at a positive 
potential of 550 volts; this ground wire was bolted to the frame of the machine. This would now charge the 
machine with 550 volts as it was mounted on rubber tires. 

It appears that when the> boom was lowered to the bottom, the dust hose, wire braid, contacted the 
rail, causing a short circuit between the rail and the positive charged machine frame. The resulting short circuit 
current heated the iron wire braid in the dust collector hose which burned a hole in the high pressure hydraulic 
hose causing hydraulic oil to spray on the machine operator and helper. The hydraulic oil was ignited causing 
first, second, and third degree burns on the head, neck and back of the operator and slightly burning the helper's 
face. 

It appears as though the current was on the safety ground wire for a period of time as the safety 
ground wire burned out through the cable at various spots on the reel. It would appear that the cable finally 
shorted direct to the return and tripped the machine circuit breaker. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of a short circuit in a faulty trailing cable (seven temporary splices) on 
the roof bolting machine. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by the trolley wire being disengaged or guarded when men are 
working under same. Also, the trailing cable should meet the requirements of the law regarding temporary splices. 
Circuit breaker setting should conform to State specifications (maximum setting, 150 amp). Use of fire resistant 
hydraulic fluid in machine where practical. Also, when bolting with rubber-mounted bolter along the track haulage, 
additional frame ground shall be installed from the rail to the machine. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must remain with the management for failing to maintain the bolting 
machine with less than five temporary splices. Also, failure of the foreman to see that trolley was de-energized 
or guarded. Failure of machine operator to adequately examine the trailing cable. And, failure of operator 
helper to guard or de-energize trolley wire. 



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RUSHTON MINE -- RUSHTON MINING COMPANY 

September 11, 1974 -- 17th Bituminous District 

William Garay, Mine Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 53 

William Garay, Mine Inspector 17th Bituminous District 

Arthur L. Shank, Assisting Mine Inspector 

On September 11, 1974, at approximately 11:15 AM., a roof bolter, 48 years of age, married, having 
four children under the age of 18, and having 20 months experience at this occupation, 24 total years experience 
in the mines, was fatally injured by a roof fall accident at the Rushton Mine, Rushton Mining Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim and his fellow employe started to work on the day shift at 8:00 AM. After bolting and 
performing other duties in another place, the victim and his fellow worker went to No. 7 Room. The roof 
was acknowledged unsafe and abnormal by both the employes and the assistant mine foreman. Inserting of 
roof bolting procedure prior to making the place safe by conventional timbering roof support methods was done 
knowingly that the roof was unsafe and abnormal. 

A rock fell from the roof knocking the victim to the ground. His fellow employe removed the rock 
from him, but could not remove the victim before additional rock fell. 

The victim's body was recovered as soon as possible and the victim was pronounced dead upon arrival 
at the Philipsburg General Hospital at 12:20 PM. An autopsy showed the victim died of a crushed chest and 
multiple injuries. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was the result of a series of errors and failures by the victim and mine management. 
The victim and his fellow worker were aware that the roof was bad, abnormal and contained a clay vein. Yet, 
they failed to place adequate temporary support prior to trying to place permanent roof bolt support in the 
working place. 

The management was aware that the roof was bad and contained abnormal roof with a clay vein running 
across the place. Although instructing the employes of the abnormal condition, the assistant foreman did not 
see that the dangerous condition was eliminated prior to his leaving the area and allowing the men to work 
in an unsafe place to do work other than making the place safe by setting temporary roof supports (sufficient 
posts or crossbars). Also the roof control plan was not being followed or complied with. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by full compliance with the Pennsylvania Bituminous Coal Mining 
Laws as adopted by Act 339. The employes and mine managemnt must fully cooperate in carrying out the 
provisions of the laws and the regulations and procedures contained in the approved roof control plan which 
outlines the requirements and procedures for roof control and support of abnormal roof in all areas of the mines. 

The employes must work in a safe manner as required by the laws and outlined for safe operation 
of the working places. The mine management must insist on full compliance with the laws and carrying out 
the conditions and procedures of the roof control plan as agreed to by the operator and mine inspector of 
the district. Men installing roof support must be adequately trained and well conversed on the roof control 
plans and the rock structure overlying the mine coal seam. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must primarily rest with the assistant foreman and mine foreman. 
The assistant foreman for not assuming his full responsibility as outlined in Section 222 (a), (c) and (g). The 
mine foreman for not seeing the assistant foreman fully complied with Section 222 of the Bituminous Coal 
Mining Laws of Pennsylvania. 

Secondarily, the victim and his fellow employe for not complying with Section 252 of the laws. 



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STOTT NO. 1 MINE -- LADY JANE COLLIERIES, INC. 

September 27, 1974 - 9th Bituminous District 

G. F. Moody, Mine Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 55 

Gerald F. Moody, Mine Inspector 9th Bituminous District 

On September 27, 1974, at approximately 1:15 ?M. a Joy loader operator, 38 years of age, married, 
having two children under the age of 18, and having six weeks experience at this occupation, 20 years total 
experience in the mines, was fatally injured when he was pinned under machinery at the Stott No. 1 Mine, 
Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim and his fellow employe started to work at approximately 8:00 AM. on the date of the 
accident. They performed their usual work of loading the prepared coal with a 14-BU Joy loader. Both were 
experienced miners. 

It is the policy to have the helper (victim) relieve the loader operator at lunch and test periods. This 
policy was practiced by the loader operator and the victim. It was during this period that the accident occurred. 

The victim loaded out the last shuttle car of coal in the No. 5 Entry of the 2 North Auxiliary Section 
of the Stott No. 1 Mine. He then proceeded to tram the machine to the No. 4 Entry. 

The victim was then found pinned under the front end of the loader conscious and in pain and agony. 
The fellow employes jacked the front end off of his leg releasing the body for first aid treatment; the victim 
stated, "I was squeezed. Get me out of here." He was released as soon as possible and died on the way 
to the Clearfield Area Hospital. 

The victim was experienced around machinery and was capable of the operation of this machine. This 
is the opinion of the mine management and his immediate supervisor along with his fellow employe who was 
the training instructor for the person to learn to operate this type of equipment and perform in a safe manner. 

The machine was thoroughly inspected by the State and Federal authorities and the mine electrician. 
No defective parts of the machine were found and the electrical portions were functioning properly at the time 
of the inspection. The section foreman, section mechanic and the regular operator of the machine stated the 
machine was not malfunctioning and they could not see any reason for this accident. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

The cause of this accident is unknown. The victim's statement is the only indication of what happened. 
Many theories were brought forth by State and Federal authorities and management employes but none were 
established as the cause. 

The position of the body and the machine were inconsistent with any theory or fact for an explanation 
of this accident. The victim was pinned to the mine floor by the head of the loader resting on his leg. However, 
his death was caused by a crushed pelvis with internal hemorrhages and other injuries. As there were no eye 
witnesses, any conclusions would only be assumptions. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

A similar accident can be prevented by not allowing any one person to operate or work in any place 
without a buddy present. It appears this victim was trapped by misjudgment on his part. A buddy may have 
been able to foresee or prevent this person from error in judgment or placing himself in an indeterminate position. 

Also, Legislation requiring all machinery to have panic bars or self-centering safety shut-off controllers 
or installation of de-energizing deadman controls which stop the machinery upon removal of the operator's hands 
from the controls. Also, preventive locks to be installed to prevent unintentionable activation of the control 
levers. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

Since there were no eye witnesses to the accident and it is only a possibility that the victim may 
have misjudged, the responsibility for this accident rests with the hazards of the industry. 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 

E. H. Pauley, Mine Inspector 21st Bituminous District 

Michael Phillips, Assisting Mine Inspector 
Michael Anderson, Electrical Inspector 

On October 18, 1974, at 12:15 P.M., a Chief Electrician (outside), 47 years of age, 
married, having had 27 years mining experience, 7 years at this occupation, was electrocuted 
at the Solomon Run No. 73 Mine of the Bethlehem Mines Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

On Thursday, October 17, 1974, the victim placed a Max-I-Meter on the primary lead 
into the transformer. On Friday, October 18, 1974, he was on an elevated platform checking 
the Max-I-Meter when he noticed that the reading on it was near zero. He was using a clamp-on 
meter (tong-tester) to evaluate the accuracy of the Max-I-Meter when his hand came in contact 
with the energized Max-I-Meter which was touching the lead connector at the insulator entering 
the transformer. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the victim's one hand coming in contact with the charged 
Max-I-Meter, and the other hand was in contact with the ground wire extending down the pole 
into the ground bed. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

The following are means of preventing a similar accident: 

1 . Insulating the bushings of all transformers where the cable enters the transformer. 

2. When hazardous work of this type is being done, the electrician shall be 
accompanied by another person who is familiar with this type of work. 

3. Insulating cables shall be used for the voltage involved. 

4. Pull all disconnect switches when putting meter on the line, and pull all disconnect 
switches when taking the meter off. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility of this accident must be placed on the victim for the following reasons: 

1. Not wearing protective lineman gloves. 

2. Not pulling disconnect switches when putting meter on the line or taking meter 
off the line. 

Mine management must share the responsibility for the following reasons: 

1 . Not having the bushing of the transformer insulated where the primary lead enters 
the transformer. 

2. Not using proper insulation for the primary lead into the transformer. 



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Sketch Of Fatal Roof Fall Accident 

SOLAR NO. 5 - SOLAR FUEL COMPANY 

October 28, 1974 -- 22nd Bituminous District 

Michael Phillips, Mine Inspector 



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REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 59 

Michael Phillips, Mine Inspector 22nd Bituminous District 

W. L. Reynolds, Assisting Mine Inspector 

On October 28, 1974, at 6:30 P.M., a jacksetter, 34 years of age, married, the father 
of two children under 18 years of age, and having had 9 months mining experience, all at this 
occupation, was fatally injured by a fall of roof in the Solar No. 5 Mine of the Solar Fuel 
Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

While preparing to pull Miner back towards the center of the place and make another 
sump, for some unknown reason by fellow workmen, a chain reaction of the king bar and other 
props used for roof support were tripped out and two large pieces or rock, sometimes called 
pots, fell from the roof and pinned the victim to the mine floor. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the lack of close supervision, failure to observe or evaluate 
roof conditions and the victim placing himself in an area for which his fellow workmen cannot 
explain. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent a similar accident there should be closer supervision, closer inspections of 
roof conditions by all and reevaluation of the present roof control plan so that the required 
crossbars are set immediately after sumping into solid coal or before cutting across the full length 
of the face regardless of the apparent roof condition. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared equally by the foreman, fellow 
workmen and victim inasmuch as a crossbar was not set sooner, the failure of evaluating the 
roof conditions by all, the victim for placing himself in an area for reasons unknown to his 
fellow workmen and the lack of proper, adequate supervision. 



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S. A. Frederick, Mine Inspector 7th Bituminous District 

On December 9, 1974 at 5:50 A.M., a motorman, 61 years of age, married, and having 
had 36 years mining experience, 4 months at this occupation, was fatally injured when he was 
thrown out of the locomotive he was operating in the Maple Creek No. 2 Mine of the United 
States Steel Corporation. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim, operating a 13-ton lead locomotive, and his buddy, operating an 8-ton trail 
locomotive with six loaded mine cars, left the loading ramp in 2 Main Straight enroute to the 
Section sidetrack with their second trip of the shift. 

They descended a 1% grade and then ascended a 5% grade. They were unable to clear 
the 5% grade, so they backed the trip up on the 1% grade. As a second attempt was made 
to clear the 5% grade, a derailment occurred in the dip of the two grades which swung the 
13-ton lead locomotive crossways in the entry and caused the loaded mine cars to buckle as 
it stopped suddenly. The victim was either thrown out or jumped to the mine floor from the 
cab of his locomotive and was caught under the locomotive frame. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by excessive speed. Therefore, the victim did not have his 
trip under control as he descended the downhill grade with his second attempt to make the 
5% grade. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

To prevent a similar accident the management shall immediately instruct all motor crews 
in the safe performance of their duties, and only experienced motor crews shall operate where 
steep grades are present. Haulage roads shall be kept in good repair at all times, and excessive 
speed to make a grade shall be stopped immediately. Motor crews that are hung up on a grade 
should get another locomotive to help pull the trip. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be shared by the management as well as the 
victim for the following reasons: 

1. It is management's responsibility to constantly instruct motor crews in the safe 
performance of their duties. 

2. The victim for operating at an excessive speed. 

3. Motor crews shall comply with Section 270 - (a) Operation of Haulage Equipment 
of the Bituminous Coal Mining Laws of Pennsylvania at all times. 



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CRESCENT HILLS MINE - CRESCENT HILLS COAL CO., INC. 

December 23, 1974 - 8th Bituminous District 

J. M. Hovanic, Mine Inspector 



REPORT OF FATAL ACCIDENT 63 

J. M. Hovanic, Mine Inspector 8th Bituminous District 

On December 23, 1974, at 9:30 AM., a motorman, 58 years of age, widower, having had 25 years 
experience in the mines, 2 years at this occupation, was so seriously injured in a derailment that threw him 
from the cab of the locomotive on the outside of the Crescent Hills Mine of the Crescent Hills Coal Company, 
Inc., that he died at 2:30 P.M. the same day. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE ACCIDENT 

The victim, making his first trip of the day, placed empties into No. 3 hill section and picked up 
13 loads to deliver to the tipple, which has an approximate grade of from Vh. to 3% for a distance of 3,500 
feet on the surface before entering the tunnel through the hill toward tipple. Generally two motors were used, 
but for two days the spare motor was used in another section due to the motor there being in the shop. In 
the two days seven trips were hauled with one motor, with sanding rails and use of electric brakes. Trips of 
equal amount of cars were hauled. The motor had hydraulic and mechanical brakes besides the electric brakes. 

For some unknown reason, the motorman, victim, failed to sand rails while delivering the empties up 
hill and did not stop at the top of the grade to place skids under the wheels to control the trip. He lost 
control of the trip and failed to jump off the motor for a distance of 2,000 feet in an open area outside before 
the derailment. The cab of the locomotive overturned upon hitting the tunnel wall on the surface. 

CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT 

This accident was caused by the failure of the motorman, victim, to properly appraise the hazard of 
using one motor to haul the same amount of cars that originally were hauled by two motors; his failure to 
sand rails going up grade for the trip down which was the past practice even with two motors; and his failure 
to stop and place skids at the top of grade to control the trip which was also done with the two motors. 
Too much dependence was placed on the dynamic brakes to control the trip , which it failed to do once it got 
out of control on the hill. The brakemen tried to place skids when the motorman told him to, but failed 
as the wheels threw them off due to double fanged skids that were on the motor at the time. 

MEANS OF PREVENTING A SIMILAR ACCIDENT 

The following are means of preventing a similar accident. 

1. Use two motors to control trips. 

2. It was directed that two derail switches be placed. One at the top of the grade for stopping 
to properly place skids under wheels and pull onto skids and the second at the bottom of the grade to make 
sure the trips will be controlled to stop before entering tunnel on curve. 

3. If only one motor is available, the foreman shall direct the amount of cars that one motor can 
handle, which shall not be more than one-half of the number in trips using two motors. 

4. Motor crews, and any new motormen that are assigned to a motor, are to be reinstructed on 
these rules. 

RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS ACCIDENT 

The responsibility for this accident must be placed on the victim as he was an experienced motorman 
and knew this haul and grade. Also, he had the chance of leaving the trip after it got under way and uncontrollable, 
this being on the outside of the mine where there was no interference of any kind to keep him from jumping 
off the motor. 

Part of the responsibility must be placed and carried by the management as the mine foreman did 
not properly instruct the victim to cut the size of trips when using only one motor. The foreman claims he 
did instruct the victim but his orders were not carried out. 



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ANTHRACITE 
REGION 

STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



ANTHRACITE REGION 
Production, Employes, Fatalities, 1870 to 1974 



G7 















Fatal- 
















ities 


No. 














Per 


of 












Produc- 


1,000,000 


Mine 






Washery 






tion 


Tons 


In- 




Production 


and Bank Stripping 


Fatal- 


per 


Pro- 


spec- 


Year 


(Net Tons) 


Production* Production* Employes 


ities 


fatality 


duced 


tors 




# 




# 


# 


# 


# 


# 


1870 


14,172,004 




35,600 


211 


67,166 


14.89 


5 


1871 


15,532,252 




37,488 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


1872 


15,567,973 




44,745 


223 


69,811 


14.32 


5 


1873 


21,001,521 




48,199 


264 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


1874 


19,930,240 




53,402 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


1875 


23,402,646 




69,966 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


1876 


23,440,666 




70,474 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


1877 


24,727,213 




66,842 


194 


127,460 


7.85 


6 


1878 


20,900,966 




63,964 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


1879 


31,036,600 




68,847 


262 


118,460 


8.44 


6 


1880 


27,974,532 




73,373 


202 


138,488 


7.22 


6 


1881 


34,202,558 




76,031 


273 


125,284 


7.98 


7 


1882 


35,057,430 




82,200 


295 


118,839 


8.41 


6 


1883 


37,747,369 




91,421 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


1884 


36,468,738 




101,073 


332 


109,846 


9.10 


6 


1885 


38,232,155 




100,320 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


1886 


38,950,932 




103,044 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


1887 


42,156,300 




106,517 


316 


133,406 


7.50 


7 


1888 


46,635,037 




122,218 


364 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


1889 


43,650,768 




119,646 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


1890 


44,986,286 




119,919 


378 


110,011 


8.40 


7 


1891 


49,701,322 




123,308 


428 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


1892 


51,226,978 




130,300 


418 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


1893 


52,841,110 


C 


138,069 


456 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


1894 


50,966,920 


386,960 


139,939 


446 


114,276 


8.75 


8 


1895 


56,948,756 


386,534 


143,705 


421 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


1896 


53,843,250 


527,809 


150,088 


502 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


1897 


52,581,036 


732,743 


149,557 


423 


124,305 


8.04 


8 


1898 


52,812,675 


697,759 


142,420 


411 


129,498 


7.78 


8 


1899 


60,518,331 


1,055,426 


140,604 


461 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


1900 


57,363,396 


1,818,170 


143,824 


411 


139,570 


7.16 


8 


1901 


67,094,665 


2,009,864 


147,651 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


1902 


41,340,935 


2,965,792 


148,139 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


1903 


75,232,585 


4,119,258 


151,827 


518 


145,237 


6.89 


15 


1904 


73,594,369 


3,440,420 


161,330 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


1905 


78,647,020 


3,897,688 


168,254 


644 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


1906 


72,139,510 


4,880,402 


166,175 


557 


129,514 


7.72 


19 


1907 


86,056,412 


5,630,169 


168,774 


708 


121,549 


8.23 


20 


1908 


83,543,243 


4,635,923 


174,503 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


1909 


80,223,833 


5,206,562 


171,195 


567 


141,488 


7.07 


20 


1910 


83,683,994 


5,412,167 


168,175 


601 


139,241 


7.18 


20 


1911 


90,917,176 


4,555,457 


173,338 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


1912 


84,426,869 


4,317,161 


175,098 


601 


140,477 


7.12 


21 


1913 


91,626,964 


2,934,157 


175,310 


624 


146,838 


6.81 


21 


1914 


91,189,641 


2,702,537 


180,899 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


1915 


89,377,706 


3,418,427 


177,339 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


1916 


87,680,198 


4,432,606 


159,169 


565 


155,186 


6.44 


25 


1917 


100,445,299 


6,408,227 


156,148 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


1918 


99,445,794 


7,246,454 


148,226 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


1919 


87,838,024 


3,616,675 


153,780 


636 


138,110 


7.24 


25 


1920 


89,636,036 


5,435,697 


149,117 


490 


182,931 


5.47 


25 


1921 


90,358,642 


1,842,096 


161,926 


546 


165,492 


6.04 


25 


1922 


53,910,201 


2,525,402 


159,880 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


1923 


92,653,641 


4,212,001 


158,764 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


1924 


87,277,449 


1,141,796 


162,503 


496 


175,963 


5.68 


22 


1925 


61,334,145 


894,187 


163,825 


401 


152,953 


6.54 


18 


1926 


83,874,500 


1,365,175 


168,734 


455 


184,340 


5.42 


18 


1927 


79,367,154 


1,841,440 


167,648 


492 


161,315 


6.20 


25 


1928 


74,552,312 


1,614,863 


160,721 


447 


166,784 


6.00 


25 


1929 


72,985,844 


878,599 


153,422 


483 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


1930 


68,776,559 


890,389 


151,171 


444 


154,902 


6.46 


25 


1931 


59,115,387 


1,468,572 


% 138,400 


384 


153,946 


6.50 


25 



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ities 


No. 
















Per 


of 














Produc- 1 


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Washery 








tion 


Tons 


In- 




Production 


and Bank 


Stripping 




Fatal- 


per 


Pro- 


spec- 


Year 


(Net Tons) 


Product ion* 


Production* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


duced 


tors 


1932 


49,501,511 


1,062,853 


3,545,948 


119,480 


243 


203,710 


4.91 


21 


1933 


49,507,577 


2,090,996 


4,308,811 


102,469 


232 


213,395 


4.69 


21 


1934 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


4,461,894 


106,251 


260 


218,458 


4.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


4,962,514 


100,539 


267 


192,256 


5.20 


17 


1936 


54,264,016 


1,411,988 


3,757,678 


99,704 


241 


225,162 


4.44 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5,014,052 


99,117 


212 


243,869 


4.10 


22 


1938 


46,269,511 


2,031,432 


5,080,344 


96,998 


223 


207,487 


4.82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,347,269 


5,308,049 


93,352 


210 


244,761 


4.09 


24 


1940 


51,526,454 


2,599,280 


6,010,364 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


1941 


53,942,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,945 


88,849 


189 


285,408 


3.50 


22 


1942 


57,939,629 


4,045,970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


1943 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


8,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


1944 


64,112,589 


10,527,481 


10,925,619 


78,145 


171 


374,927 


2.67 


24 


1945 


55,901,235 


9,454,205 


10,521,174 


76,265 


137 


408,038 


2.45 


23 


1946 


61,978,710 


9,214,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


24 


1947 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


24 


1948 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,485,837 


80,390 


131 


451,212 


2.22 


26 


1949 


44,710,118 


4,823,144 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


485,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


46,339,255 


4,027,249 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


42,389,055 


4,843,834 


11,376,379 


70,357 


94 


450,927 


2.22 


25 


1952 


40,067,130 


4,710,495 


11,019,185 


66,483 


92 


435,512 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,495,391 


3,892,083 


8,883,984 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 


1954 


26,612,312 


3,055,528 


7,852,186 


44,731 


47 


566,219 


1.76 


24 


1955** 


25,934,792 


3,618,121 


7,826,029 


37,397 


60 


432,247 


2.31 


20 


1956 


28,175,633 


4,336,168 


8,527,613 


35,029 


54 


521,771 


1.92 


18 


1957 


25,163,466 


4,356,958 


7,831,511 


32,767 


51 


493,401 


2.03 


21 


1958 


20,456,474 


2,711,152 


7,001,422 


26,738 


31 


659,886 


1.52 


20 


1959 


19,670,615 


2,981,696 


7,272,661 


24,112 


46 


427,622 


2.34 


20 


1960 


17,721,113 


3,006,803 


7,138,743 


20,269 


35 


506,318 


1.98 


23 


1961 


16,506,612 


2,418,433 


7,279,371 


16,971 


19 


868,769 


1.15 


23 


1962 


16,496,315 


2,829,421 


6,942,675 


14,704 


26 


634,474 


1.58 


22 


1963 


17,411,202 


2,965,213 


7,552,995 


14,323 


30 


580,373 


1.72 


22 


1964 


16,524,687 


3,013,307 


7,248,900 


13,584 


24 


688,529 


1.45 


22 


1965 


14,229,817 


2,611,189 


5,996,536 


11,839 


8 


1,778,727 


0.56 


21 


1966 


12,031,375 


2,662,558 


5,317,432 


9,621 


5 


2,406,275 


0.41 


21 


1967 


11,552,441 


3,335,557 


4,910,209 


7,828 


9 


1,283,605 


0.78 


21 


1968 


11,025,482 


3,5*1,862 


4,918,353 


6,682 


4 


2,756,370 


0.36 


16 


1969 


10,165,805 


3,319,018 


4,696,123 


6,461 


13 


781,985 


1.28 


16 


1970 


9,248,011 


2,956,707 


4,624,610 


6,286 


4 


2,312,002 


0.43 


16 


1971 


8,187,961 


2,492,178 


4,450,457 


5,816 


2 


4,093,980 


0.24 


16 


1972 


6,462,093 


2,072,658 


3,492,444 


4,431 


3 


2,154,031 


0.47 


16 


1973 


6,293,013 


2,305,265 


3,284,905 


4,053 


1 


6,293,013 


0.16 


12 


1974 


6,090,421 


2,645,613 


2,812,618 


3,831 


2 


3,045,210 


0.32 


12 



* Included in total production 

# No accurate record previous to 1870 
C No accurate record previous to 1894 
7= No accurate record previous to 1932 

rt In 1955 and subsequent years the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of deep mines 
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3-4-7-8-9-10 Reading Anthracite Co. 

2-6 Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

8-10 Hecla Machinery & Equipment Co. 

2-9 Greenwood Stripping Corporation 

4-11-12 Leon E. Kocher Coal Co. 

7-9 Gilberton Coal Co. 

9-11 Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

1-2-5 Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. 

6-9 B-D Mining Co. 

2-3-5-6-9 Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

5-11 Ken Pollock, Inc. 

4-9 Schuylkill Contracting Co. 

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9 William Schickram 

1 Blue Coal Corporation * 

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7 W & J Coal Co. 

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3-8 Split Vein Coal Co. 
5 Carrier Coal Co. 
10-12 Hatter Coal Co. 

5 Sebastopol Coal Co. 

7-11 Bush Coal Co. 

2-6 Gowen Coal Co. 

12 Williamson Coal Co. 

6-9 Premium Fine Coal, Inc. 



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350,955 

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336,817 

275,896 

258,420 

240,457 

210,698 

201,695 

197,566 

167,186 

149,956 

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109 



ANTHRACITE 

BREAKERS, 

WASHERIES AND 

PREPARATION 

PLANTS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



111 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 



District 


Preparation Plant 


Company 


Location 


Zip 
Code 


5 


Ace Breaker 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. 


Blakely 


18447 


5 


Avoca Cleaning Plant 


Perry Coal Sales Co., Thomas 


Avoca 


18641 


9 


B-D Fine Coal Plant 


B-D Mining Co. 


Mahanoy Township 


17958 


6 


Beaver Brook Fine Coal PI. 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


Beaver Brook 


18215 


9 


Beechwood Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Pottsville 


17901 


9 


Blaschak Breaker 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. 


St. Nicholas 


17948 


5 


Bliss Cleaning Plant 


Lucky Strike Coal Corp. 


Wanamie 


18659 


7 


C & F Breaker 


C & F Coal Co. 


Ranshaw 


17866 


5 


C & P Cleaning Plant * 


Martinelli Co. , M. 


Peckville 


18452 


5 


Carbondale Cleaning Plant 


Carbondale Coal Co. 


Carbondale 


18407 


6 


Diamond Breaker 


Sun Coal Co. , Inc. 


Mount Carmel 


17851 


10 


DiRenzo Breaker 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


Llewellyn 


17944 


5 


Duryea Cleaning Plant 


Popple Brothers 


Pittston 


18640 


6 


Eckley Breaker 


Buckley Coal Corporation 


Eckley 


18255 


12 


Franklin Breaker 


Franklin Coal Co. 


Ravine 


17966 


5 


Franklin Cleaning Plant 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Wilkes-Barre 


18702 


8 


Glen Burn Breaker 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. 


Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Glen Lyon Breaker * 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Glen Lyon 


18617 


10 


Glenn Worth Breaker 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


Cressona 


17929 


6 


Gowen Breaker 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


18241 


6 


Gowen Cleaning Plant 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Fern Glen 


18241 


9 


Greenwood Breaker 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Rahn Township 


19426 


9 


Greenwood No. 12 Fine CI. PI. 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


Coaldale 


18218 


5 


Harry E Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Swoyersville 


18704 


6 


Harwood Cleaning Plant 


Booty's Mining Co., Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


6 


Hazleton Shaft Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


6 


Hazleton Shaft Cleaning PI. 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Hazleton 


18201 


10 


Hillside Breaker 


Hegins Coal Co. 


Zerbe 


17984 


6 


Honeybrook Breaker 


Buckley Coal Corporation 


Audenried 


18213 


5 


Huber Breaker 


Buckley Coal Corporation 


Ashley 


18706 


6 


Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 


Jeddo -High land Coal Co. 


Harleigh 


18225 


5 


Kassa Breaker 


Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. 


Dupont 


18641 


11 


Kocher Breaker 


Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 


Good Spring 


17983 


9 


Lansford No. 6 Washery 


Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 


Lansford 


18232 


6 


Lion Breaker 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc 


.Hazleton 


18201 


10 


Live Oak Breaker 


Live Oak Coal Co. 


Primrose 


17954 


5 


Locey Breaker 


Locey Coal Co. 


Mildred 


18632 


7 


Locust Summit Bagging Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Locust Gap 


17840 


7 


Locust Summit Fine Coal PI. 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Locust Gap 


17840 


5 


Loree Breaker 


Heavy Media, Inc. 


Larksville 


18651 


9 


Lucanna Fine Coal Plant 


Ginther Coal Co. 


Cumbo.la 


17930 


10 


Lytle Washery 


Winne Land Co. 


Primrose 


17954 


7 


Malho Breaker 


Malho Coal Co. 


Lave lie 


17943 


9 


Maple Hill Cleaner Plant 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Pottsville 


17901 


10 


Maple Spring Breaker 


C-L-S Coal Co. 


Branchdale 


17923 


9 


Marlin Breaker 


Cass Contracting Co. 


Marlin 


17951 


5 


Marvine Bagging Plant 


Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. 


Scranton 


18509 


5 


Marvine Sizing Retail Plant 


Blue Coal Corporation 


Scranton 


18509 


6 


Mazaika Breaker 


Mazaika Brothers Coal Co. 


Rush Township 


18252 


12 


Meadowbrook Washery 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. 


Lykens 


17048 


5 


Mildred Breaker 


Olivieri Coal Co. 


Mildred 


18624 


5 


Moosic Breaker 


Moosic Coal Co. 


Moosic 


18509 


9 


Mountain Side Breaker 


Mountain Side Coal Co. 


South Tamaqua 


18252 


9 


New St. Nicholas Breaker 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17974 


9 


New St. Nicholas F.Coal PI. 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Seltzer 


17974 


12 


Oakwood Breaker 


Oakwood Coal Co. 


Ravine 


17966 


10 


Olenick Breaker 


Olenick Bros. Coal Co. 


Forestville 


16035 


5 


Olyphant Breaker 


Carrier Coal Co. 


Olyphant 


18447 



112 



District 


Preparation Plant 


11 


Pine Creek Breaker 


9 


Pine Forest Cleaner Plant 


9 


Premium Fine Coal Plant 


5 


Prospect Cleaning Plant 


7 


R & N Breaker 


7 


Ranshaw Washery 


7 


Reidinger Breaker 


8 


Reitz Breaker 


9 


Rosa Breaker 


7 


Rosini Breaker 


9 


St. Nicholas #4 & #5 Plant 


9 


Salem Creek Breaker 


7 


Savitski Breaker 


12 


Schneck Breaker 


9 


Skytop Breaker 


9 


Silver Creek Breaker 


9 


South Tamaqua Breaker 


7 


Split Vein Breaker 


8 


Sunshine Breaker 


11 


Superior Breaker 


10 


Swatara Breaker 


7 


Swift Breaker 


5 


Taylor Silt Plant 


10 


Tremont Breaker 


8 


Trevorton Breaker 


12 


Underkof fler Breaker 


5 


Waddell Washery 


5 


Wanamie No. 18 Cleaning PI 


5 


Wanamie No. 19 Cleaning PI 


11 


Westwood Washery 



Company 



Location 



Zip 
Code 



Pine Creek Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Premium Fine Coal, Inc. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc, 
R & N Coal Co. , Inc. 
Ranshaw Transportation & 
Auto Wreckers Co., Inc. 
Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. 
H. J. & H. Coal Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc, 
Rosini Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc, 
Savitski Brothers Coal Co. 
Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. 
Skytop Coal, Inc. 
Silver Creek Coal Co. 



Spring Glen 

Pottsville 

Tamaqua 

Plains 

Paxinos 

Ranshaw 

Paxinos 

Milton 

Shenandoah 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Pottsville 

Atlas 

Pine Grove R.D. 

New Boston 

New Philadelphia 



South Tamaqua Coal Pockets, IncSouth Tamaqua 



Inc. 



Inc. 



Split Vein Coal Co. 

Sunshine Coal Co. 

Superior Preparation Co. 

Swatara Coal Co. 

Swift Coal Sales, Inc. 

Colt Coal Co. 

Blue Bell Enterprises 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Underkof fler Coal Service, Inc. Lykens 

American Silt Processing Co. Archbald 

Blue Coal Corporation Wanamie 

Luckey Strike Coal Corp. Newport Township 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. Joliett (Tremont) 



Paxinos 

Shamokin 

Valley View 

Zerbe 

Paxinos 

Taylor 

Minersville 

Trevorton 



17928 
17901 
18252 
18705 
17860 

17866 
17860 
17847 
17976 
17872 
17901 
17901 
17811 
17963 
17958 
17959 
18252 
17860 
17872 
17983 
17984 
17860 
18517 
17954 
17881 
17048 
18403 
18659 
17074 
17981 



Breaker destroyed by fire in 1974 



113 



ANTHRACITE 
OPERATORS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



115 



ANTHRACITE OPERATORS --YEAR 1974 



District 


Operator 




General Manager 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


10 


A. & B. Coal Co. 


DM 


Dale Herb 


300 E. Center St. 


Donaldson 


17981 


7 


A. H. & A. Coal Co. 


DM 


Foster Adams 


P. 0. Box 56 


Helfenstein 


17939 


5 


Ace Anthracite, Inc. 


B 


J. Pasternak 


419 Center St. 


Taylor 


18517 


12 


Acme Coal Co. 


DM 


Joseph S. Reho 




Williamstown 


17098 


5 


American Silt Processin 


g Co.bk H 


J. Warnetsky 




Archbald 


18517 


7 


Ashland Community Enterprises T 


Emil R. Ermert 


19th & Oak Sts. 


Ashland 


17921 


6-9 


B-D Mining Co. bk CP 




Geary C. Hower 




Gilberton 


17934 


6 


Beaver Brook Coal Co. 


bk CP 


Norman James 




Beaver Brook 


18215 


4 


Bell Coal Co. S 




A. Kovalchick 


P. 0. Box 251 


Brockton 


17925 


4 


Bernitsky Bros. Coal Co 


. S 


Jos. Bernitsky 


17 Water Street 


New Phi la. 


17959 


9 


Bernitsky & Stenulis Coal Co. DN 


George Stenulis 


17 Water Street 


New Phi la. 


17959 


1-2-5 


Beltrami Enterprises, Inc. S bk 


Louis Beltrami 


P. 0. Box 458 


Hazleton 


18201 


9 


Blaschak Coal Co., Inc. 


B DM 


Walter Blaschak 


St. Nicholas 


Mahanoy City 


17948 


4-10 


Blue Bell Enterprises 


S B 


J. W. Butcavage 


720 Lytle Street 


Minersville 


17954 


1-5 


Blue Coal Corporation S 


CP B 


J . Gaughan 




Wanamie 


18659 


6 


Booty's Mining Co., Inc 


. bk CP 


Franklin Pascucci R. D. 2 


Weatherly 


18255 


6 


Botella Coal Co. bk 




Jas. J. Botella 


402 W. Preston Ave 


Girardville 


17935 


3 


Bridy, Inc. S 




Wm. H. Brennan 


237 W. Saylor St. 


Atlas 


17851 


2 


Brook Contracting Corp. 


S 


George Racho 


P. 0. Box 98 


Hazleton 


18201 


5-6 


Buckley Coal Corporation B 


Joseph Beltrami 


P. 0. Box 458 


Hazleton 


18201 


6 


Burnrite Coal Co. 


DM 


William Reiff 


803 Walnut Street 


Ashland 


17921 


7-11 


Bush Coal Co. 


DM 


Robert Lytle 


R. D. 2, Box 379 


Shamokin 


17872 


7 


C. & F. Coal Co. 


B 


L. Chapleski 


P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


10 


C-L-P Coal Co. 


DM 


Paul Platko 


R. D. 1, Box 72 


Pottsville 


17901 


10 


C-L-S Coal Co. 


bk B 


M. Raczkowski 


P. 0. Box 396 


Branchdale 


17923 


9 


C. T. Coal Co. , Inc. 


bk 


Cliff McGeehan 


P. 0. Box 274 


Newtown Sq. 


19073 


1-5 


Carbondale Coal Co. 


CP S 


F. McAndrew 


78 Cottage Street 


Carbondale 


18407 


5 


Carrier Coal Co. 


B bk 


Joseph Korba 


P. 0. Box 282 


Olyphant 


18447 


9 


Cass Contracting Co. 


B 


Jas. V. Ryan 


R. D. 2, Box 360^ 


Pottsville 


17901 


5 


Coalbrook Iron & Metal 


Co . , Inc . bkJ . C . Baumann 


P. 0. Box 505 


Carbondale 


18407 


11 


Co Ike t Coal Co. 


DM 


John Messoras 


117 School Row 


Branchdale 


17923 


5 


Colt Coal Co. 


bk 


Louis Falzone 


540 Wyoming Ave. 


Wyoming 


18644 


3 


Conyngham Contracting Co. S 


Wm. H. Brennan 


P. 0. Box 412 


Mount Carmel 


17851 


iO 


Coxe Coal Co. 


DM 


Norman Essler 


847 Garfield Ave. 


Sch. Haven 


17972 


8 


D. & S. Coal Co. 


DM 


Daniel Fedako 


1915 Race Street 


Ashland 


17921 


7 


D.R.Z. Coal Co. 


DM 


Steve Shalamanda 


R. D. 1 


Ashland 


17921 


10 


DiRenzo Coal Co. 


B 


Dominick DiRenzo 


R. D. 2 


Pottsville 


17901 


10 


Donaldson Coal Co. 


DM 


Robt. Wolfgang 


Main Street 


Joliett 


17981 


7 


Duke Associates 


DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 W. Willow St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


7 


Duke Mining Co . 


DM 


Joseph Duke 


1023 W. Willow St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


10 


F. & F. Coal Co. 


DM 


Fred P. Dando 


P. 0. Box 583 


Pottsville 


17901 


12 


F. & R. Contracting Co. 


bk 


Chas. Luckenbill 


R. D. 


Pine Grove 


17963 


8 


4-D Coal Co. 


DM 


Randall Derek 


1313 W. Spruce St. 


Shamokin 


17872 


12 


Felty, Inc. .Harold M. 


bk 


Harold M. Felty 


R. D. 


Pine Grove 


17963 


6 


Fireside Mining, Inc. 


DM 


Marvin Kimmel 


281 S. Main Street 


Pine Grove 


17963 


3 


Folger, Walter & Chapleski.L. S 


Leonard Chaplesk 


i P. 0. Box 5 


Ranshaw 


17866 


12 


Franklin Coal Co. 


B 


Franklin Miller, 


Jr. 


Ravine 


17966 


4 


Gale Coal Co. 


S 


John Schumacher 


1441 Oak Road 


Pottsville 


17901 


7-9 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


FCP bk 


Geary C. Hower 




Gilberton 


17934 


9 


Ginther Coal Co. 


FCP bk 


David F.Bressler 


P. 0. Box 219 


Hazleton 


18201 


8 


Glen Burn Colliery, Inc. 


B bk 


Jos. J. Parker 


P. 0. Box F 


Shamokin 


17872 


5 


Glen Nan, Inc. 


DM 


Charles Zink 


P. 0. Box 1131 


Wilkes-Barre 


18703 


10 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. 


B 


Edward Hoke 


1707 W. Market St. 


Pottsville 


17901 


2-6 


Gowen Coal Co. 


S B 


David M. Yamulla 




Fern Glen 


18241 


9 


Greenwood Mining Co. 


FCP B 


Jos. J. Fauzio 


P. 0. Box 269 


Tamaqua 


18252 


2-9 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. S B 


Jos. J. Fauzio 


1 Venice Street 


Nesquehoning 


18240 


3-8 


H. J. & H. Coal Co. ,Inc 


. S B 


Harry D. Reitz 


R. D. 1 


Milton 


17847 


7 


Halfway Coal Co. 


DM 


Daniel Fedako 


1915 Race Street 


Ashland 


17921 


11 


Harman Coal Co. 


DM 


John Harmon 


R. D. 1 


Hegins 


17938 


12 


Harner Coal Co. 


DM 


Roy E. Harner 




Spring Glen 


17978 


10-12 


Hatter Coal Co. 


DM 


Jacque Hatter 




Hegins 


17938 


5 


Heavy Media, Inc. 


CP bk 


Ronald E. Temple 


Nesbitt Street 


Larksville 


18651 


8-10 


Hecla Machinery & Equip 


. Co. bk 


Gene Gangloff 


R. D. 1 


New Ringgold 


17960 


10-11 


Hegins Mining Co. 


DM B 


Forrest Otto 


Zerbe 


Tremont 


17981 


10 


Herring Bros.& Lucas Coal Co. DM Ray Lucas 


R. D. 2 


Pine Grove 


17963 


2-6 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


bk S 


Louis Blass 


109 E. First St. 


Hazleton 


18201 


6 


J. & P. Coal Co. 


bk 


Leon Jurgill 


709 N. Paxton St. 


Centralia 


17927 



116 



District Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



Zip 
Code 



2-6 

4 

6 
10 
12 

2 

3 
12 
10 
11 

4-11-12 
12 

4 
2-3-5-6- 
10 

1-5 

7 
11 

5 

8 
11 

7 

9-11 

5 

6 

4-12 
11 

7 
10 

5 

5 

7 
10 

7 

3 

1 

8 
12 
12 
10 

5 
10 

4 

4 

1 

5 

7 

9 
11 

7 

6 

5-11 

5 

6-9 

7 

6-7 

1 
3-4-7-8- 
9-10 

7 
10 

3-7 
12 
12 

3-7 

9 
12 

9 

4-9 

7 

5 

3 



Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. S bk B 
K & K Coal Co. S 
K. & S. Coal Co. DM 
K-H-K Coal Co. DM 
K. M.K. Coal Co. DM 
Kassa Coal Co. S 
Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. S 
Kintzel Bros. Coal Co. DM 
Klinger Coal Co. DM 
Knorr Coal Co. DM 
Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. S DM B 
Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM 
L. C. Enterprises S 
9Lehigh Valley Anthracite S bk B 
Live Oak Coal Co. B 
Locey Coal Co. SB 
Locust Dale Mining Co. DM 
Lucas Mining Co. DM 
Lucky Strike Coal Corp. bk CP 
M. G. & S. Coal Co. DM 

M. & K. Coal Co. y/. 
Malho Coal Co. B 
Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. bk W 
Martinelli Co. ,M. CP bk 
Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. B 
Meadowbrook Coal Co. S bk W 
Mercury Coal Co. DM 
Metzinger Coal Co. DM 
Miller Coal Co. DM 
Moosic Coal Co. B 
Mountain Coal Co., Inc. DM 
Mountain Side Coal Co. E 
Mountain Top Coal Co. DM 
Mountain View Coal Co. DM 
North Line Coal Co. S 
Northwest Mining Co., Inc. S 
Norwood Mining Co., Inc. DM 
Okay Coal Co. DM 

Oakwood Coal Co., Inc. B 
Olenick Bros. Coal Co. B 
Olivieri Coal Co. 3 bk 
P. & H. Coal Co. DM 
Pacine Coal Co. S 
Pantherhead Stripping Co. S 
Pasternak Brothers S 
Perry Coal Sales Co.,Thos.bk CP 
Pewor Coal Co. DM 
Phoenix Contracting Co 
Pine Creek Coal Co. 1 
Pine Line Coal Co. 
Polcovich Coal Co. 
Pollock, Inc., Ken 
Popple Brothers 
Premium Fine Coal, 
R. & N. Coal Co. B 
Ranshaw Transportation & 

Auto Wreckers Coal Co. W bk 
Raymond Colliery Co., Inc. S 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
S bk BP B CP FCP 
Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. B 
Renninger Coal Co. DM 
Rosini Coal Co. S B 
S. 6. K. Coal Co. DM 
S. & T. Coal Co. DM 
Savitski Bros. Coal Co. S DM B 
Schickram, William bk 
Schneck Coal Co.,Thos. W. B 
Schock Coal Co. bk 
Schuylkill Contracting Co. S bk 
Scott Coal Co. DM 
Sebastopol Coal Co. bk 
Shally Coal Co. S 



bk 

m 

DM 

bk 

bk CP 
Inc. bk FCP 



Louis Pagnotti 
B. Kuperavage 
Allen Kramer 
Edward Sorokach 
Dennis Mace 
Mrs. Mary Kassa 
John Rosinski 
Nathan Kintzel 
Earl Klinger 
Leroy Knorr, Jr. 
R. W. Rissinger 
H. Koppenhaver 
Wm. McDonald i 
CP L. Pagnotti ! 
Peter Laychock.Jr 
Fred V. Locey 
Fred ?. Dando 
Larry Lucas 
Frank Pascucci 
Joseph Murin 
Dennis Mace 
Ralph Malho 
K. R. Heiser 
Mat Martinelli 
Edward Mazaika 
Leslie Kirmel 
Leon Richter 
Donald Metzinger 
Jacque Hatter 
A. C. Giarratano 
Thomas Supey 
Roy Hobel 
William Vesay 
Wm. Latsha 
Z. Wavne Troxell 



800 Exeter Ave. 
133 Valley Furnace 
106 Center Street 
R. D. 2, Box 576 

322 Simpson St. 
Lehigh & Poplar St. 
R. D. 
R. D. 2 



0. Box 127 
0. Box 127 
D. 3, Box 299-A 
) Exeter Ave. 



. D, 
P. 0. 
P. 0. 

P. 0. 

301 S, 



1 
Box 25 
Box 359 

Box 458 
Spruce St. 



Box 57 
8th Street 
2 



P. 0. Box 702 
55 W. 6th Street 
R. D. 3 

415 St. Francis St. 
R. D. 2, Box 365 
P. 0. Box L 
Francis McAndrew 78 Cottage Street 
Elwood Swank 

Leonard Harder P. 0. Box 2 
David Deaven R. D. 3 
Nicholas Olenick R. D. 1, Box 117-A 
Vincent Olivieri 99 Pine Street 
Walter Pewor R. D. 2, Box 550 
Carl Pacine Moss Glen Road 
Ronald Kuperavage P. 0. Box 27 



John Pasternak 
Thomas Perry 
Walter Pewor 
W. L. Jones,Jr. 
R. F. Klinger 
Metro Kokolas 
John Polcovich 
George Socher 
Eugene Popple 
John Federak 
Elwood Swank 



►19 Center Street 



0. Drawer 
0. Box 433 



426 Water Street 
103 E. Center St. 
Route 1, Box 13 
205 Lippi Building 
R. D. 3 



L. Chapleski P. 0. Box 5 
Francis McAndrew 78 Cottage Street 
G. A. Schnee 200 Mahantongo St. 



P. 0. Box L 

37 W. Donaldson St. 

P. 0. Box 184 



C.Wayne Troxell 

Ted Renninger 

E. J. Rosini 

Palmer Klinger 

Peter Poletti 

Jos. Savitski 

Wm. Schickram 130 Clay Street 

Thos. W. Schneck R. D. 

Anna M. Schock 

Frank V. Ryan R. D. 2, Box 360% 

Steve Forgotch 7 Back Street 

A. C. Giarratano P. 0. Box 702 

Steve Shalamanda R. D. 1 



W. Pittston 

Port Carbon 

Ashland 

Pottsville 

Spring Glen 

Dupont 

Mount Carmel 17851 

Pine Grove 17963 

Hegins 

Hegins 

Valley View 

Tremont 

Pottsville 

W. Pittston 

Pottsville 

Mildred 

Mine rsvi lie 

Hegins 

Hazleton 

Mount Carmel 17854 

Sacramento 17968 

Lave lie 

Sch. Haven 

Wyoming 



18643 
17965 
17921 
17901 
17978 
18641 



17938 
17938 
17983 
17981 
17901 
18643 
17901 
18632 
17954 
17938 
18201 



Tama qua 

Lykens 

Tremont 

Lave lie 

Hegins 

Pittston 

Wyoming 

Tariff qua 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Carbondale 

Paxinos 

Sacramento 

Pine Grove 

Pottsville 

Pittston 

Pottsville 

Brockton 



17943 
17972 
18644 
18252 
17048 
17981 
17943 
17938 
18640 
18644 
18252 
17954 
17872 
17872 
18407 
17860 
17968 
17963 
17901 
18640 
17901 
17925 



Sunmit Stationl7979 



18517 
18641 
17954 
17901 
17978 
17866 
17927 



Taylor 

Avoca 

Minersville 

Pottsville 

Spring Glen 

Ranshaw 

Centralia 

Hunlock Creekl8621 

Pittston 18640 

Tamaqua 18252 

Paxinos 17860 

Ranshaw 17866 
Carbondale 18407 
Pottsville 17901 



Shamokin 


17872 


Ereaont 


17981 


Shamokin 


17872 


Valley View 


17983 


Valley View 


17983 


Atlas 


17811 


Tamaqua 


18252 


Pine Grove 


17963 


Tuscarora 


17982 


Pottsville 


17901 


Shaft 


17975 


Pittston 


18640 


Ashland 


17921 



District Operator 




General Manager 




Address 


Zip 
Code 


7 


Shamokin Filler Co., Inc. 


bk 


W. J. Rosini 


P. 0. 


Box 272 


Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Sharp Mountain Coal Co. 


DM 


Norman Wolf 






Pine Grove 


17963 


12 


Shomper Coal Co. 


DM 


Russell Shomper 






Williamstown 


17098 


5 


Silverbrook Anthracite, Inc. DM bk B Michael Kassa 


322 Simpson St. 


Dupont 


18641 


9 


Silver Creek Coal Co. 


B 


M. J. Herbert 


P. 0. 


Box 516 


New Phi la. 


17959 


9 


Sky top Coal, Inc. 


B 


F. DiCasimirro 


P. 0. 


Box 330 


Mahanoy City 


17948 


12 


Smeltz Coal Co. 


DM 


Clair Schwalm 






Valley View 


17983 


11 


Snyder Coal Co.,Leroy 


DM 


Leroy Snyder 


R. D. 


1 


Lykens 


17048 


9 


South Tamaqua Coal Pockets, Inc. I 


Donald H. Warne 


R. D. 


3 


Tamaqua 


18252 


12 


Spancake & Herring Coal Co 


DM 


Milton Spancake 






Pine Grove 


17963 


3-7-8 


Split Vein Coal Co., Inc. S DM B 


Elwood Swank 






Paxinos 


17860 


10 


Studlack Coal Co. 


DM 


Andrew Studlack 






Minersville 


17954 


6 


Sun Coal Co. , Inc . 


B 


Wm. J. Farley 


P. 0. 


Box 412 


Mount Carmel 


17851 


8 


Sunshine Coal Co. 


B 


Ernest Steinhart 


100 Center Street 


Shamokin 


17872 


11 


Superior Preparation Co., 


Inc. B 


Roy E. Blyler 


R. D. 


1 


Hegins 


17938 


5 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


B 


Ronald E. Temple 






Glen Lyon 


18617 


10 


Swatara Coal Co. bk B 


Wm. P. Parker 


P. 0. 


Box G 


Minersville 


17954 


7 


Swift Coal Sales, Inc. 


B 


Adam J. Swift, Jr 


R. D. 


2 


Paxinos 


17860 


8 


T. & L. Coal Co. 


DM 


Stephen Shingara 


R. D. 


3 


Sunbury 


17801 


10 


Trail Motor Co. 


bk 


John Gulla 


RD 1, 


Gordon Nagle Tr. Pottsville 


17901 


8 


Twin Oaks Coal Co. 


DM 


Leonard Machesic 


R. D. 


1 


Paxinos 


.17860 


12 


Underkoffler Coal Co. 


DM 


Glen Underkoffle 


r 




Williamstown 


17098 


12 


Underkoffler Coal Service 


Inc. I 


Wayne Swartzlander Rt. 


209 


Lykens 


17048 


7 


W. & J. Coal Co. 


bk 


Walter Mudry,Jr. 


1349 


Chestnut St. 


Kulpmont 


17834 


4 


W & W Construction 


S 


Jos. Walacavage 


R.D. 


1, Box 548 


Pottsville 


17901 


4 


Wabo Coal Co. 


s 


Robt. Barnhardt 


P. 0. 


Box 176 


Llewellyn 


17944 


10 


Walaitis Coal Co. 


DM 


John Walaitis 


40 S. 


Wylam Street 


Frackville 


17931 


4 


Williams, Evan & Joy, Edwin 


Part. 


S Evan Williams 


Lake 


Run 


New Phi la. 


17959 


12 


Williamson Coal Co., Inc. 


DM 


A. R. Williamson 


1504 


W. Maple St. 


Valley View 


17983 


12 


Wilson Coal Co. 


DM 


Wm. Heitzman 






Shamokin 


17872 


10 


Winne Land Co. 


W 


Robert Bickel 


R. D. 


2, Box 360% 


Pottsville 


17901 


6 


Wolfgang Bros. Coal Co. 


DM 


Lester Wolfgang 


R. D. 


l.Box 685 


Ashland 


17921 


10 


Woratyla Coal Co. 


DM 


Andrew Woratyla 


P. 0. 


Box 2 


Llewellyn 


17944 


7-9 


Zakrewsky Coal Co. 


DM 


Peter Zakrewsky 


R. D. 


1 


Barnesville 


18214 


7 


Zanella Bros. Coal Co. 


DM 


John Zanella 


34 Sp 


ruce Street 


Ashland 


17921 


12 


Zimmerman Coal Co. ,Marlin 


DM 


Marlin Zimmerman 






Ravine 


17966 



117 



DM - Denotes operators having deep mines 

S - Denotes operators having strip mines 

bk - Denotes operators having bank mines 

CP - Denotes Cleaning Plants 

FCP - Denotes Fine Coal Plant 

W - Denotes Washery 

B - Denotes Breaker Preparation Plants 

T - Tourist Mine 



119 



BITUMINOUS 

COAL 

REGION 

STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



BITUMINOUS COAL 
Production, Employes, Fatalities, 1877 to 1974 



121 



Production Stripping 
(Net Tons)- Production 



1877 


1,305,932 


1878 


12,500,741 


1879 


14,341,369 


1880 


16,564,440 


1881 


15,916,123 


1882 


20,694,110 


1883 


18,729,817 


1884 


20,553,090 


1885 


23,413,692 


1886 


27,107,173 


1887 


29,966,855 


1888 


33,772,286 


1889 


34,625,054 


1890 


40,884,103 


1891 


41,805,642 


1892 


46,581,575 


1893 


43,421,898 


1894 


39,800,210 


1895 


51,818,112 


1896 


50,284,692 


1897 


54,625,272 


1898 


64,247,665 


1899 


73,066,945 


1900 


79,318,362 


1901 


80,914,236 


1902 


98,529,122 


1903 


103,713,982 


1904 


99,600,167 


1905 


119,361,514 


1906 


129,532,989 


1907 


149,559,047 


1908 


114,937,375 


1909 


136,205,695 


1910 


148,770,858 


1911 


142,189,329 


1912 


160,830,492 


1913 


172,965,659 


1914 


145,884,530 


1915 


157,420,068 


1916 


169,123,814 


1917 


171,074,411 


1918 


177,217,294 


1919 


147,085,781 


1920 


166,929,002 


1921 


114,447,134 


1922 


108,310,046 


1923 


169,181,137 


1924 


128,751,028 


1925 


135,266,612 


1926 


151,746,464 


1927 


131,644,922 


1928 


129,846,153 


1929 


142,351,359 


1930 


123,417,850 


1931 


96,844,250 


1932 


74,162,485 


1933 


78,511,846 


1934 


89,592,481 


1935 


91,140,273 


1936 


108,964,865 


1937 


110,417,947 











Fatal- 










Fatal- 


ities 








Produc- 


ities 


Per 


No. of 






tion 


Per 


1,000,000 


Mine 






Per 


1000 


Tons 


In- 


Em- 


Fatal- 


Fatal- 


Em- 


Pro- 


spec- 


ployes 


ities 


ity 


ployes 


duced 


tors 


16,627 


13 


100,456 


0.78 


9.95 


3 


25,787 


48 


260,432 


1.86 


3.84 


3 


27,286 


55 


242,570 


2.01 


3.84 


3 


33,391 


48 


345,092 


1.43 


2.90 


3 


35,530 


57 


279,230 


1.60 


3.58 


4 


42,393 


94 


220,150 


2.22 


4.54 


4 


35,091 


54 


346,848 


1.54 


2.88 


6 


39,904 


105 


195,744 


2.63 


5.11 


6 


44,145 


83 


282,092 


1.88 


3.54 


8 


52,364 


74 


366,313 


1.41 


2.73 


8 


57,868 


84 


356,748 


1.45 


2.80 


8 


61,565 


90 


375,248 


1.46 


2.66 


8 


62,084 


105 


329,762 


1.69 


3.03 


8 


67,383 


146 


273,179 


2.17 


3.57 


8 


74,135 


237 


176,395 


3.20 


5.67 


8 


78,805 


134 


347,623 


1.70 


2.88 


8 


81,872 


131 


334,015 


1.60 


3.02 


10 


86,118 


123 


320,969 


1.43 


3.09 


10 


84,976 


156 


332,167 


1.84 


3.01 


10 


83,801 


180 


279,359 


2.15 


3.58 


10 


86,553 


150 


364,168 


1.73 


2.75 


10 


87,803 


200 


321,238 


2.28 


3.11 


10 


91,505 


258 


283,205 


2.82 


3.53 


10 


108,735 


265 


299,315 


2.44 


3.34 


10 


117,501 


301 


268,818 


2.56 


3.72 


12 


135,611 


456 


216,072 


3.36 


4.63 


12 


151,745 


402 


257,995 


2.65 


3.88 


15 


155,747 


536 


185,821 


3.44 


5.38 


15 


164,941 


479 


249,189 


2.90 


4.01 


16 


172,928 


477 


271,557 


2.76 


3.68 


18 


183,121 


806 


185,557 


4.40 


5.39 


20 


181,840 


572 


200,939 


3.15 


4.98 


20 


185,921 


506 


269,181 


2.72 


3.71 


21 


193,488 


539 


276,013 


2.79 


3.62 


21 


182,653 


515 


276,096 


2.82 


3.62 


25 


182,642 


446 


360,606 


2.44 


2.77 


26 


189,909 


611 


283,086 


3.22 


3.53 


28 


196,038 


413 


353,231 


2.11 


2.83 


28 


187,734 


442 


356,154 


2.35 


2.81 


30 


174,304 


436 


387,899 


2.50 


2.58 


30 


186,586 


494 


346,304 


2.65 


2.89 


30 


181,678 


494 


358,739 


2.72 


2.79 


30 


180,831 


401 


366,797 


2.22 


2.73 


30 


184,168 


424 


393,700 


2.30 


2.54 


30 


200,419 


284 


402,983 


1.42 


2.48 


30 


194,630 


424 


255,448 


2.18 


3.91 


30 


200,538 


401 


421,898 


2.00 


2.37 


30 


174,469 


345 


373,191 


1.98 


2.68 


30 


165,586 


312 


433,547 


1.88 


2.31 


30 


164,782 


421 


360,443 


2.55 


2.77 


30 


158,204 


355 


370,831 


2.24 


2.70 


30 


137,944 


508 


255,603 


3.68 


3.91 


30 


135,272 


378 


376,591 


2.79 


2.66 


30 


133,703 


296 


416,952 


2.21 


2.40 


30 


119,265 


208 


465,597 


1.74 


2.15 


30 


106,597 


155 


478,468 


1.45 


2.09 


30 


116,917 


135 


581,569 


1.15 


1.72 


26 


127,868 


157 


570,653 


1.23 


1.75 


26 


129,346 


161 


566,089 


1.24 


1.77 


26 


133,914 


190 


573,499 


1.42 


1.74 


26 


133,487 


186 


593,645 


1.39 


1.68 


25 



122 

















Fatal- 
















Fatal- 


ities 














Produc- 


ities 


Per 


No. of 












tion 


Per 


1,000,000 


Mine 












Per 


1000 


Tons 


In- 




Production 


Stripping 


ltj- 


Fatal- 


Fatal- 


Em- 


Pro- 


spec- 


Year 


(Net Tons)* 


Production 


nloyes 


ities 


ity 


ployes 


duced 


tors 


1938 


76,881,944 




115,347 


119 


646,067 


1.03 


1.55 


25 


1939 


89,397,222 


2,792,966 


117,959 


120 


744,977 


1.02 


1.34 


25 


1940 


111,416,916 


2,808,607 


117,832 


188 


592,643 


1.60 


1.69 


25 


1941 


127,469,207 


6,479,207 


124,941 


:-:-: 


767,887 


1.33 


1.30 


23 


1942 


142,759,573 


10,303,160 


115,451 


187 


763,420 


1.62 


1.31 


27 


1943 


139,801,363 


17,177,054 


105,903 


178 


785,401 


1.68 


1.27 


26 


1944 


144,408,418 


22,211,661 


99,942 


164 


880,539 


1.64 


1.14 


25 


1945 


130,696,854 


26,675,095 


98,764 


141 


926,928 


1.43 


1.08 


27 


1946 


123,587,065 


31,027,425 


103,894 


128 


965,524 


1.23 


1.04 


27 


1947 


144,761,964 


35,946,734 


109,202 


134 


1,080,313 


1.23 


0.93 


27 


1948 


130,627,789 


33,483,099 


110,326 


114 


1,145,857 


1.03 


0.87 


27 


1949 


87,351,892 


21,326,389 


100,119 


65 


1,343,875 


0.65 


0.74 


29 


1950 


103,439,887 


25,460,343 


94,514 


83 


1,246,264 


0.88 


0.80 


29 


1951 


106,680,097 


22,688,543 


86,369 


70 


1,524,011 


0.81 


0.66 


28 


1952 


87,308,999 


19,462,498 


76,676 


63 


1,385,857 


0.82 


0.72 


30 


1953 


91,938,156 


19,538,037 


69,126 


67 


1,372,211 


0.97 


0.73 


30 


1954 


70,823,985 


16,954,885 


55,405 


44 


1,609,636 


0.79 


0.62 


29 


1955** 


85,042,677 


19,212,869 


52,103 


50 


1,700,854 


0.96 


0.59 


27 


1956 


88,595,658 


21,694,916 


50,529 


51 


1,737,170 


1.01 


0.58 


26 


1957 


84,064,493 


20,558,733 


46,989 


53 


1,586,123 


1.13 


0.63 


30 


1958 


67,398,564 


19,548,293 


41,309 


32 


2,106,205 


0.77 


0.47 


31 


1959 


65,627,585 


20,506,999 


37,337 


35 


1,875,074 


0.94 


0.53 


31 


1960 


65,595,999 


21,028,887 


33,396 


26 


2,522,923 


0.78 


0.40 


29 


1961 


63,171,313 


20,892,758 


29,633 


22 


2,871,423 


0.74 


0.35 


26 


1962 


65,648,015 


22,235,984 


27,264 


59 


1,112,678 


2.16 


0.90 


U 


1963 


71,258,957 


24,233,668 


26,216 


21 


3,393,284 


0.80 


0.29 


30 


1964 


77,321,793 


24,019,760 


26,008 


18 


4,295,655 


0.69 


0.23 


30 


1965 


80,119,548 


23,681,102 


25,206 


33 


:,-:", in 


1.31 


0.41 


32 


1966 


81,449,647 


24,701,150 


24,729 


28 


2,908,916 


1.13 


0.34 


33 


1967 


79,101,385 


21,729,033 


23,811 


27 


2,929,681 


1.13 


0.34 


33 


1968 


75,714,611 


20,512,477 


23,117 


29 


2,610,849 


1.25 


0.38 


33 


1969 


78,185,036 


21,652,731 


22,969 


25 


3,127,401 


1.09 


0.32 


33 


1970 


80,091,922 


24,161,015 


24,667 


30 


2,669,731 


1.21 


0.37 


42 


1971 


71,776,681 


26,861,508 


26,549 


32 


2,243,021 


1.21 


0.45 


42 


1972 


75,863,137 


25,717,040 


25,627 


19 


3,992,797 


0.74 


0.25 


45 


1973 


76,796,661 


29,326,629 


26,722 


17 


4,517,450 


0.64 


0.22 


45 


1974 


80,042,191 


36,056,422 


29,108 


20 


4,002,109 


0.68 


0.24 


45 



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In 1955, and subsequent years, the production, employes 
and fatalities of deep nines employing fever than five (5) 
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BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 
OPERATORS PRODUCING OVER 200,000 TONS OF DEEP MINED COAL DURING 1974 



127 



District 



Operator 



Production 


Employes 


5,912,490 


3 


,711 


5,127,247 


2 


,468 


2,948,842 


1 


,155 


2,561,901 




864 


2,332,984 


1 


,124 


2,207,770 


1 


,371 


1,892,219 


1 


,390 


1,809,964 




571 


1,738,044 


1 


,033 


1,591,793 




620 


1,383,322 




904 


1,092,311 




559 


1,064,609 




404 


878,200 




457 


667,266 




256 


657,819 




337 


631,991 




373 


538,472 




115 


520,631 




352 


508,627 




256 


507,004 




361 


475,598 




196 


470,441 




146 


395,878 




318 


351,770 




79 


349,308 




175 


262,603 




84 


237,079 




97 


234,475 




117 


229,025 




95 


221,292 




72 


211,616 




27 



1,7,19,20,21,22,24,26 

3,7,13 

5,6,12,26 

10 

1,5,8,12 

18-24 

8,13 

6 

19 

4 

16 

26 

25 

3 

16,25 

25 

5 

11 

12,19 

13 

21 

17 

11 

15 

23 

11 

15 

22 

10 

23 

9 

9 



Bethlehem Mines Corporation 

United States Steel Corporation 

Pittsburgh Coal Company 

Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company 

Republic Steel Corporation 

Barnes & Tucker Company 

Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation 

Mathies Coal Company 

Greenwich Collieries Company 

Duquesne Light Company 

The Florence Mining Company 

Gateway Coal Company 

Helvetia Coal Company 

The Buckeye Coal Company 

The North American Coal Corporation 

The Helen Mining Company 

Harmar Coal Company 

Penn Allegh Coal Company, Inc. 

Eastern Associated Coal Corporation 

National Mines Corporation 

Island Creek Coal Company 

Rush ton Mining Company 

Canterbury Coal Company 

The Oneida Mining Company 

Delta Mining, Incorporated 

Tunnel ton Mining Company 

Mears Coal, Incorporated 

Solar Fuel Company 

Carpentertown Coal & Coke Company 

G. M. & W. Coal Company 

Lady Jane Collieries Company 

Manor Mining & Contracting Corporation 



128 BITUMINOUS COAL REGION- 

OPERATORS PRODUCING OVER 200,000 TONS OF STRIP AND AUGER MINED COAL DURING 1974 

District Operator 

9,30,36 C & K Coal Company 

9,17,39,42,43,44,45 Benjamin Coal Company 

35 Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company 
17,42,43,44,45,47 Kristianson & Johnson Coal Company 

32 Twilight Industries 
17,47 Jones & Brague Mining Company 
42 Cooney Brothers Coal Company 

36 Shannon Coal 

33 Luzerne Coal Corporation 
34,38,39 Old Home Manor, Incorporated 
9,45 Shawville Coal Company 
9,14,35,38,43,46 P & N Coal Company, Incorporated 
9,17,44,45 Bradford Coal Company, Incorporated 
44 Al Hamilton Contracting Company 
36 Vantage Coal Company 

33.34 Adam Eidemi Her, Incorporated 
22,23,40,41 PBS Coals, Incorporated 
32 Pennweir Construction Co. 
17,38,45,46,47 R. S. Carlin, Incorporated 
32 Bologna Mining Company 

30.35 B & G Construction Co., Incorporated 
40 Sanner Brothers Coal Company 
9,14,35,38 R. D. Baughraan Coal Company, Inc. 
23,40 Penn Pocahontas Coal Company 
34,39,42 North Cambria Fuel Company 
9,43-45 Hepburnia Coal Company 

34 Aloe Coal Company 
22,23,34,40,41 M. F. Fetterolf Coal Company, Inc. 
34,39 Hawk Brothers Contracting Company 
32 Midway Coal Company 

9,17,44,45 River Hill Coal Company, Incorporated 

1,30,31 The Ambrosia Coal & Construction Company 

9,36,38 W. P. Stahlman Coal Company, Incorporated 

14,35,38,39 Markle-Bullers Coal Company 

1,30,35 West Freedom Mining Company 

43,44,47 Elliot Coal Mining Company, Incorporated 

2,14,35,36 E. C. Dean Contractor, Incorporated 

14,38 Doverspike Brothers, Incorporated 

1,30,31 Kerry Coal Company 

9,36 Zacherl Coal Company, Incorporated 

34 Bridge Coal Company 

1,30 Willowbrook Mining Company 



?r: d_c.i :r. 


-:c'.:ve5 


2,233,961 


393 


1,095,549 


184 


939,120 


51 


732,517 


114 


671,923 


74 


667,279 


114 


606,495 


77 


600,318 


104 


549,190 


59 


524,807 


68 


483,747 


88 


474,527 


110 


449,517 


83 


443,164 


42 


404,370 


26 


398,520 


110 


398,020 


166 


390,762 


54 


356,598 


84 


325,046 


70 


323,894 


36 


321,025 


18 


319,132 


63 


316,493 


74 


316,139 


74 


305,410 


48 


297,126 


66 


295,212 


129 


277,843 


27 


254,208 


46 


251,511 


54 


243,955 


50 


237,073 


70 


235,795 


54 


234,638 


61 


224,600 


37 


224,034 


76 


221,464 


17 


217,407 


43 


212,086 


22 


208,552 


12 


201,367 


11 



CAUSES OF BITUMINOUS FATAL ACCIDENTS BY COUNTY- -1974 



129 



OUTSIDE 



COUNTY 


Roof 
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Trans- 
port- 
ation 


Ma- : 
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Elec- 
tric- 
ity 


Outside 
Loading 
(Misc.) 


Strip-: 
Ping : 


TOTAL 


Allegheny 


- 


- 




- 




- 




- 


Armstrong 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


" 


- 


2 


Beaver 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


Blair 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Bradford 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


" 


" 


- 


Butler 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cambria 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


3 


Centre 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


2 


Clarion 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Clearfield 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


3 


Clinton 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


" 


- 


Elk 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Fayette 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


" 


- 


Greene 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Huntingdon 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Indiana 


1 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Jefferson 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Lawrence 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Lycoming 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Mercer 


- 


- 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Somerset 


1 


- 


" 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Tioga 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


" 


" 


- 


Venango 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Washington 


- 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


5 


Westmoreland 


_ 


_ 


. 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


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5 


3 


4 


1 


1 


2 


4 


20 



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COUNTY- -DISTRICT CROSS REFERENCE LIST 
1974 

County Mine Inspection District 

Allegheny 1, 5, 6, 11, 12, 34 

Armstrong 2, 10, 11, 14, 35 

Beaver 1, 26, 31 

Bedford 42 

Blair 42 

Bradford 17 

Butler 1, 30 

Cambria 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 42, 43 

Cameron 

Centre 17, 47 

Clarion 9, 36, 37 

Clearfield 9, 17, 38, 39, 43, 44, 45, 47 

Clinton 17, 46 

Elk 9, 46 

Fayette 8, 13, 33 

Greene 3, 4, 13, 26, 32 

Huntingdon 42 

Indiana 11, 14, 15, 16, 19, 25, 39 

Jefferson 9, 14, 38, 46 

Lawrence 1, 31 

Lycoming 17, 47 

McKean 

Mercer 1, 30 

Somerset 21, 22, 23, 40, 41 

Tioga 17, 47 

Venango 37 

Washington 6, 7, 8, 26, 32 

Westmoreland 11, 12, 23, 34 



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CLEANING PLANTS AND TIPPLES 

1974 

BITUMINOUS COAL REGION 



293 



Dis- 








Zip 


trict 


Name 


Operator 


Location 


Code 


23 


Adams Siding Tipple 


Superior Carbon Fuels 


Friedens 


15541 


3 


Alicia No. 2 Tipple 


L. & J. Equipment Co. 


Greensboro 


15338 


11 


Allegheny No. 2 Cleaning Plant 


Penn Allegh Coal Co., Inc. 


Tar en turn R.D. 2 


15084 


11 


Altmire June Tipple 


Altmire Bros. Coal Co., Inc. 


North Apollo 


15673 


17 


Amesville No. 1 Tipple 


Flango Brothers Coal 


Houtzdale 


16651 


17 


Apple No. 4 Tipple 


Cambria Mills Coal, Inc. 


Fallentimber 


16639 


15 


Apollo Preparation Plant No. 2 


The Apollo Corporation 


Heilwood 


15745 


15 


Apollo Tipple No. 1 


The Apollo Corporation 


Shelocta 


15774 


14 


Arcadia Tipple 


The Arcadia Co., Inc. 


Arcadia 


15712 


9 


Aurora Tipple 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 


Bigler 


16825 


9 


Bailey Tipple 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 


Kylertown 


16847 


17 


Banion Tipple 


Empire Coal Co., Inc. 


Madera 


16661 


12 


Banning No. 4 Cleaning Plant 


Republic Steel Corp. 


West Newton 


15089 


14 


Bear Run No. 2 Preparation Plant 


Johnstown Coal & Coke Co. 


Banks Twp. (Indiana Co.) 


23 


Bear Run Tipple 


Cardinal Mining Co. 


Meyersdale 


15552 


17 


Belfast No. 14 Siding 


Stott Coal Co. ,Inc. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


9 


Belfast No. 3 Tipple 


Hepburnia Coal Co. 


Grampian R.D. 1 


16838 


17 


Benjamin No. 3 Cleaning Plant 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


La Jose 


15753 


17 


Benjamin No. 6 Cleaning Plant 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


Westover 


16692 


9 


Benjamin No. 7 Tipple 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


La Jose R.D. 1 


15753 


9 


Benjamin No. 8 Tipple 


Benjamin Coal Co. 


La Jose R.D. 1 


15753 


21 


Bird Cleaning Plant 


Island Creek Coal Co. 


Riverside 


17868 


1 


Blacksburg Tipple 


West Freedom Mining Corp. 


Kittanning 


16201 


22 


Bloom No. 4 Tipple 


M.F. Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 


Windber R.D. 


15963 


23 


Blue Lick Tipple 


Delta Mining, Inc. 


Garrett 


15542 


14 


Bostonia Tipple 


Ernest C.Dean Contractor, Inc . 


New Bethlehem 


16242 


9 


Boyer Tipple 


Boyer Coal Co. 


DuBois 


15801 


1 


Boyers Tipple 


Western Hickory Coal Co., Inc. 


Boyers 


16020 


17 


Bradford Breaker 


Johnson & Morgan 


Snow Shoe 


16874 


2 


Bridgeburg Tipple 


C. H. Snyder Co. 


Kittanning 


16201 


20 


Brookdale No. 77 Cleaning Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Mineral Point 


15942 


2 


Bruce Tipple 


Giron Coal Co. 


Kaylor 


16042 


1 


Bruin Tipple 


AH-RS Coal Corp. 


Bruin 


16022 


1 


Butler Tipple 


North Butler Coal Co. 


Butler 


16001 


10 


Cadogan Preparation Plant 


Allegheny River Mining Co. 


Cadogan 


16212 


10 


Cadogan Tipple 


Rob Coal Co. 


Cadogan 


16212 


24 


Cambria Slope Preparation Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Ebensburg 


15931 


23 


Cambria Tipple 


PBS Coals, Inc. 


Shanksville 


15560 


17 


Cammos Tipple 


Helena Coal Co., Inc. 


Utahville 


16688 


6 


Champion No. 1 Preparation Plant 


: Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Imperial R.D. 1 


15126 


8 


Clyde Preparation Plant 


Republic Steel Corp. 


Fredricktown 


15333 


23 


Coal Junction Tipple 


Coal Junction Coal Co. 


Gray 


15544 


23 


Coleman's Tipple 


Tri-C Coal Co. , Inc . 


S toys town 


15563 


19 


Colver "B" Cleaning Plant 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 


Colver 


15927 


14 


Colwell Loading Dock & Crusher 


Colwell Coal Co. 


Mahoning Twp. (Armstronj 


16 


Conemaugh No.l Cleaning Plant 


The North American Coal Corp. 


Seward 


15954 


17 


Cooks Run Tipple 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc. 


Kylertown 


16847 


9 


Corsica Tipple 


W.P. Stahlman Coal Co., Inc. 


Corsica 


15829 


9 


Culbertson Tipple 


H. & G. Coal & Clay Co. 


Clarion 


16214 


17 


Cunard Tipple 


Penn Coal Co. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


13 


Daugherty Tipple 


Bortz Coal Co. 


Smithfield 


15478 


11 


David Cleaning Plant 


Canterbury Coal Co. 


Maysville 


15618 


14 


Dayton Tipple 


P & N Coal Co. , Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


10 


Decker Tipple 


B. H. & H. , Inc. 


Kittanning RD 5 


16201 


12 


Delmont Cleaning Plant 


Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 


Hunke r 


15639 


22 


Doe Valley Loading Dock 


Doe Valley Coal Co. 


Hooversville RD 


15936 


14 


Doverspike Cleaning Plant 


Doverspike Brothers, Inc. 


Dora 


15735 


9 


Eagle Rock No. 10 Tipple 


John Teeter Coal Co. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


7 


Ellsworth No. 51 Cleaning Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Ellsworth 


15331 


9 


Emery Tipple 


Brookside Coal Co. 


Brookville R.D.I 


. 15825 


22 


Eureka No. 36 Tipple 


Heshbon Coal Co., Inc. 


Windber 


15963 


1 


Fawn Cleaning Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Saxonburg 


16056 


14 


Fetterman Tipple 


Fetterman Coal Co. 


Glen Campbell 


15742 


23 


Fetterolf No. 1 Tipple 


M.F. Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 


Bo swell 


15531 


23 


Fetterolf No. 3 Tipple 


M.F. Fetterolf Coal Co., Inc. 


Meyersdale 


15552 


17 


Fisher Tipple 


Fisher Mining Co. 


English Center 


17733 


16 


Florence No.l Cleaning Plant 


The Florence Mining Co. 


Huff 


15944 



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Fryburg Tipple 


A. P. Weaver & Sons 


Fryburg 


16326 


14 


Glenn Tipple 


Glenn Coal, Inc. 


Corsica R.D. 1 


15829 


15 


Glenside Preparation Plant 


James Coal Mining Co. 


Starford 


15777 


9 


Goshen Tipple 


R.D. Baughman Coal Co., Inc. 


Brookville 


15825 


13 


Grays Landing Dock 


J & C Loading Co. 


Grays Landing 


15441 


19 


Greenwich Preparation Plant 


Greenwich Collieries Co. 


Garmantown R.D. 


15714 


2 


H. & R. Tipple 


H. & R. Coal Co. 


Kit tanning 


16201 


17 


Halfway Coalyard 


S. & D. Trucking Co. 


Snow Shoe 


16874 


2 


Harcliff Tipple 


E.C. Dean Contractor, Inc. 


New Bethlehem 


16242 


14 


Haiman Tipple 


Harman Coal Co. 


Timblin 


15778 


5 


Harmar Cleaning Plant 


Harmar Coal Co. 


Harmarville 


15238 


17 


Hastings Cleaning Plant 


North Cambria Fuel Co. 


Spangler 


15775 


9 


Hickory No. 1 Tipple 


Thomas Brothers Coal Co. 


Grampian 


16838 


1 


Hilliards Preparation Plant 


Lakeview Processing Corp. 


Hilliards 


16040 


14 


Hillman Tipple 


P. & N. Coal Co. , Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


1 


Hillsville Tipple 


Ambrosia Coal & Constr. Co. 


Edinburg 


16116 


9 


Hoffman N*o. 3 Tipple 


J.E. Hoffman Coal Co., Inc. 


Karthaus 


16845 


12 


Hutchinson Preparation Plant 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


Hutchinson 


15640 


9 


Hyland Tipple 


Shawville Coal Co. 


Shawville 


16873 


17 


Irvona Tipple 


Cambria Coal Co. 


Irvona 


16656 


13 


Isabella Cleaning Plant 


National Mines Corp. 


Isabella 


15447 


1 


Jamisonville Tipple 


AH-RS Coal Corp. 


Bruin 


16022 


23 


Job No. 5 Tipple 


PBS Coals, Inc. 


Shanksville 


15560 


17 


Kettle Creek Tipple 


Avery Coal Co., Inc. 


Westport 


17778 


1 


Kincaid Tipple 


Black Fox Mng. & Dev. Corp. 


Karns City 


16041 


14 


Kinter No. 1 Dock 


Marion Center Mining Co. 


Marion Center 


15759 


2 


Kitt Tipple 


Kitt Coal Co. , Inc. 


Adrian 


16210 


8 


La Belle Preparation Plant 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


La Belle 


15450 


24 


Lancashire No. 20 Cleaning Plant 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


Carroll town RD 1 


15722 


18 


Lancashire No. 24 Preparation PI. 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


Stiles Crossing 




18 


Lancashire So. 2Z Preparation PI. 


3ames & Tucker Co. 


Bakerton 




22 


Laurel Preparation Plant 


Consolidation Coal Co. 


Central City RD 


15926 


13 


Laurita Tipple 


Laurita Coal Co. 


Point Marion 


15474 


17 


Leland No. 10 Tipple 


Flango Brothers Coal Co. 


Beccaria 


16616 


17 


Leslie Tipple 


Helena Coal Co., Inc. 


Osceola Mills 


16666 


24 


Lilly Tipple & Loading Docks 


Ace Drilling Coal Co., Inc. 


Lilly 


15938 


17 


Loop Run Siding 


Garden Coal Cu., Inc. 


Pottersdale 


16871 


9 


Lucinda Tipple 


Lucinda Coal Co. 


Lucinda 


16235 


9 


Lucinda Tipple 


Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. 


Luc inda 


16235 


10 


Mahoning Creek Cleaning Plant 


Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co 


Temple ton 


16259 


7 


Maple Creek Preparation Plant 


United States Steel Corp. 


New Eagle 


15067 


26 


Marianna No. 58 Cleaning Plant 


Bethlehem Mines Corp. 


Marianna 


15345 


11 


Marion Cleaning Plant 


Tunnel ton Mining Co. 


Tunnelton 


15681 


14 


Markle Preparation Plant 


Markle-Bullers Coal Co. 


Redbank Twp. (Armstrong Co 


14 


Markle Tipple 


Harold E. Brocious 


7i-blir. 


15778 


13 


Masontown Dock 


J & C Loading Co. 


Masontown 


15461 


6 


Mathies Preparation Plant 


Mathies Coal Co. 


Courtney 


15029 


9 


Mays Tipple 


Maurersberg Coal Co. 


Sigel 


15860 


14 


McWilliams Tipple 


R.E.M. Coal Co., Inc. 


Brookville RD 4 


15825 


15 


Mears Preparation Plant 


Mears Coal Incorporated 


Dixonville 


15734 


9 


Medix Run Tipple 


P. & N. Coal Co. , Inc. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


5 


Micale Coal Yard 


Joe Micale Farm Supply 


Rural Ridge 


15075 


17 


Mid Penn Tipple 


Avery Coal Co., Inc. 


Madera 


16661 


17 


Militant Smokeless No.l Prep. PI. 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc. 


3igler 


16825 


9 


Minns Tipple 


3enjamin Coal Co. 


La Jose 


15753 


9 


Mount Carmel No. 2 Tipple 


Moshannon Falls Mng. Co.,Inc 


Clearfield 


16830 


3 


Nemacolin Tipple 


The Buckeye Coal Co. 


Nemacolin 


15351 


13 


New Geneva Processing Plant 


Genovese Coal Co. 


New Geneva 


15467 


21 


No. 37 Processing Plant 


G. M. & K. Coal Co. 


Scalp Level 


15963 


21 


No. 40 Processing Plant 


M. & K. Coal Co. 


Scalp Level 


15963 


13 


Old Lock No. 8 Prep. Plant 


Utilities Fuel Co. 


Point Marion 


15474 


15 


Oneida No. 4 Cleaning Plant 


The Oneida Mining Co. 


Dilltown 


15929 


15 


Oneida No. 4-Longshaft 


Central Cambria Drilling Co. 


Ebensburg 


15931 


9 


P. & S. Tipple 


Doan Coal Co. 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


15 


Parkside Preparation Plant 


Mclntire Coal Co. 


Shelocta 


15774 


26 


Peggs Run No. 2 Cleaning Plant 


Peggs Run Coal Co., Inc. 


Shippingport 


15077 


9 


Penfield No. 1 Tipple 


Marlowe Coal Co. 


Dillsburg 


17019 


23 


Penn Pocahontas Cleaning Plant 


Penn Pocahontas Coal Co. 


Garrett 


15542 


1 


Perry Brothers Tipple 


Perry Brothers Coal Co. 


Sharon 


16146 


9 


Pine City Washery Plant 


A. P. Weaver & Sons 


Fryburg 


16326 


23 


Pine Hill No. 2 Tipple 


Croner, Inc. 


Berlin 


15530 


17 


Pinehill Tipple 


Jones 6. Brague Mining Co. 


Morris Run 


16939 


9 


Piney Tipple 


C & K Coal Co. 


Clarion 


16214 


9 


Proctor No. 3 Tipple 


Owens Coal Mining Co. 


Penfield 


15849 



Dis- 










Zip 


trict 


N'a=.e 


:er= t:r 




Lacartdi 


Code 


23 


■■If - tarn '■': . 1 Tipple 


-illian I St—field 




Set lir. 


15530 


21 


Red Bird Prc:r 


G. X. & K. Coal Co. 




Portage 


15946 


17 


Red Run Tipple 


Jones & Brague Mining ( 


JO. 


Ralston 


17763 


22 


Reitz So. U Cleaning 11 


Reitr Coal Co. 




Central City 


15926 


17 


7e- ; va Tipple 


R. S. Carlin, Inc. 




Ihhh 


17764 


5 


Renton Cleaning Plane 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 




s.er.n - 


15239 


9 


Rimer sburg Tipple 


C & K Coal Co. 




: 1 a r : : r. 


16214 


3 


Robena Preparation Plant 


United States Steel Corp. 


Greensboro R.D. 1 


15338 


9 


Rockton Tipple 


r Coal Co. , Inc. 




■ ■ i 7 .: : : _r . 


16866 


23 


Rockvood Tipple 


Svonavec , Inc . 




Rockvood R.D. 1 


15557 


14 


Rossiter So. 2 Savan Tipple 


T - - 




A r . a : , a 


15712 


1 


Rove 11a Tipple 


Kerry Coal Co. 




Portersvilie 


16051 


17 


?._s.-:r- Tipple 


Rush ton Mining Co. 




Philipsburg 


16866 


1 


Russellton Cleaning Plant 


Republic Steel Corp. 




Russellton 


15076 


21 


St. Michael :::.;;;:- 7_ir: 


CM. a. K. Coal Co. 




St. Michael 


15951 


22 


Shade ree :T^a-ing Plant 


PBS Coals, 1- . 




erril City 


15926 


17 


:-. Saokeless St. 1 ?:;:.?! 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc 




Curvensville 


16833 


9 


S'r.arj-.cr. Tipple * 


:-. = .-_.::. 7:al 7c. 




Clarion 


16214 


13 


Shannopin Clear.ir.g Plant 


Jones & Laughlin Steel 


Corp. 


Dilliner 


15327 


23 


Shav :cc. " Tipple 


Smmmet Sros. Coal Co. 




Meyersdale 


15552 


9 


S'r.ema.- Tipple 


R.E.M. Coal Co. , Tr.t . 




Brookville R.D. 4 


15825 


23 


Shober Tittle 


Decker ftiutlll 




Garrett 


15542 


9 


Siegel So. 3 Tittle 


Harold A. Siegel Coal < 


~jO. 


Clarion 


16214 


17 


Snow Shoe Tipple 


R. S. Carlin, Inc. 




Snov Shoe 


16874 


22 


Stlar ~_el :ie = -i-g 71ar.t 


Solar Fuel Coapany 




-.: : ,ri vi lie r .7 . 


15936 


7 


Somerset So. 60 Cleaning Plant 


em Mines Corp. 




5— erse: Tvp . 


15501 


21 


7:-tt-ar. 7r::essir.; Plant 


Cooney Bros. Coal Co. 




7 : r— j>- 


15946 


1 


Sunbean Washing Plant 


Sunbeam Coal Corp. 




3oyers 


16020 


9 


C 7 _ ■ T i : p 1 e 


Shawille Coal Co. 




Shawille 


16873 


23 


Svonavec No. 1 Tipple 


lam Tuels, Inc 




Shanksville 


15 560 


9 


Tail Tipple 


•7.7 a-ghman Coal Co . , 


,Inc. 


Brookville 


15825 


13 


Ta; l:r Preparation plant 


I r ; •--. i ■ ■ 1 1 1 -: ' - 1 : : - : : 




Brovnsville 


13417 


1 




Miller & McKnight Coal 


Co. 


Sandy Lake 


16145 


17 


Var Tipple 


Aver/ Toal Co., Inc. 




Vallaceton 


16876 


1 


Veon Tipple 


Ralph A. Veon, Tr.t. 




7arlir.it:- 


16115 


14 


Vetica So. 2 Ufa. |e 


Vetica >m I "-—action Co 




Tinilir. 


15778 


4 


Warwick So. 2 Cleaning Plant 


Duquesne Light Co. 




Greensboro 


15338 


17 


= _ ; ::ver Tipple 


Kristianson & Johnson ( 


Toal Cc 


:ver 


16692 


14 


-ii-oon Tipple 


R.D. Baughaan Coal Co. 


. :-t. 


Brookville 


15825 


1 


Willovbr: : V. Tipple 


-illtvrr:;- Minir.g To. 




Grove City 


16127 



295 



.-rmaerly the So. 12 Allison .title 



297 



BITUMINOUS 

COAL 
OPERATORS 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



299 



BITUMINOUS COAL OPERATORS---YEAR 1974 



* Denotes operators having strip mines. 

# Denotes operators having auger mines. 

(3 Denotes operators having refuse or reclaimed piles. 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
Code 


35 


A A Coal Co.* 


Robt. E. Altmire 


R.D.2, Box 5-B 


Vandergrift 


15690 


34 


A & C Coal Co.* 


Harold Altmire 


Box 236 


N. Apollo 


15673 


1-30-35-36 


AH-RS Coal Corp.* 


Robt. L. Snyder 


Box A 


Bruin 


16022 


24-42 


Ace Drilling Coal Co., Inc.* 


Ralph Schmidt 


P. 0. Box 153 


S. Fork 


15956 


38 


Adams, Mervin J.* 


M. J. Adams 


R.D.4, Box 113 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


30-36 


Allegheny Mineral Corp.* 


Sam Morrison 


P. 0. Box 10 


Kit tanning 


16201 


10 


Allegheny River Mining Co. 


K. B. Dinger 


132 N. McKean St 


.Kit tanning 


16201 


37 


Allied Fuel & Materials, Inc 


.*Mac Chutz 


467 New CastleSt 


.Slippery Rock 


. 16057 


34 


Aloe Coal Co.* 


Henry Vincent 


Box 50 


Imperial 


15126 


11-34-35 


Altmire Bros. Coal Co., Inc.* 


Harold Altmire 


Box 236 


N. Apollo 


15673 


41 


Alumbaugh Coal Corp.*# 


Ed Alumbaugh 


R. D. 2 


Friedens 


15541 


1-30-31 


Ambrosia Coal & Const. Co. *# 


Kenneth Shick,Jr. 


R. D. 1 


Edinburg 


16116 


37 


Ancient Sun, Inc.* 


D. E. Kahle, Jr. 


P. 0. Box 129 


Shippenville 


16254 


43 


Anderson Creek Coal & Clay* 


J. A. Poff 


P. 0. Box 60 


Flourtown 


19031 


34-35 


Ankeny, Donald K.* 


D. K. Ankeny 


R. D. 1 


Shelocta 


15774 


12-34 


Ansell, Earl* 


Earl Ansell 


R.D.I, Box 79 


Scottdale 


15683 


34 


Apex Co. , Inc .* 


Edward Gilmore 


4th & Border Sts 


.W. Elizabeth 


15088 


15-35 


Apollo Corp., The*# 


Leo Indyke 




Charleroi 


15022 


23 


Appalachian Fuels, Inc. 


David E. Butt 


Lynn Ave. 


Somerset 


15501 


14-39 


Arcadia Co., Inc., The* 


A. E. Stossel 


Box 3 


Arcadia 


15712 


17 


Associated Drilling, Inc. 


Mil ford Kephart 


1106 1st Nat'l B 


.Johnstown 


15901 


9-17-44 


Avery Coal Co., Inc.* 


Richard Thomas 


P. 0. Box 232 


Philipsburg 


16866 


40 


B. B. L. Enterprises, Inc.* 


Blake Beeghly 


R. D. 1 


Somerset 


15501 


30 


B & D Coal Co.* 


J. R. Doyle 


Box 274 


Harrisville 


16038 


30-35 


B & G Const. Co. , Inc.* 


B. W. Bowser 


MR 10-Butler Rd. 


Kit tanning 


16201 


10-35 


B. H. & H., Inc.*# 


H. E. Bar tony 


1008 5th Ave. 


Ford City 


16226 


32 


B. L. F. Corp.* 


A. J. Boyle, Jr. 


548 Ridgeway Ave 


.Greensburg 


15601 


33 


B & P Coal Co.* 


W. K. Baker 


P. 0. Box 96 


Lake Lynn 


15451 


41 


Badger Coal Co., Inc.* 


Frank Polenik 


525 Swank Bldg. 


Johnstown 


15901 


18-24 


Barnes & Tucker Co. 


C. R. Maberry 


1912 Chestnut Av 


.Barnesboro 


15714 


33 


Bartoni Coal Co.* 


Domenic Bartoni 


R. D. 2 


Smithfield 


15478 


9-14-35-38 


Baughman Coal Co., Inc. ,R.D.*#M. S. Reitz 


P. 0. Box 218 


Brookville 


15825 


40 


Beachy & Beachy Coal Co.* 


Milton Beachy 


R.D.I, Box 274 


Salisbury 


15558 


40 


Beener, C. Edward* 


C. E. Beener 


R. D. 3 


Rockwood 


15557 


39 


Beilchick Brothers* 


Paul Beilchick 


R. D. 2 


Barnesboro 


15714 


7 


Bell Coal Co. 


Ewing Bell 


961 Cross St. 


California 


15419 


42 


Bender Coal Co., E. P.* 


E. P. Bender 


R. D. 


Carroll town 


15722 


9-17-39-42 












43-44-45 


Benjamin Coal Co.* 


D. J. Benjamin 


R. D. 1 


LaJose 


15753 


39 


Bennett, William R.* 


W. R. Bennett 


R. D. 1 


Homer City 


15748 


46 


Bennetts Coal Co.*# 


Wm. DeSalve 




Penfield 


15849 


42 


Bent ley Coal Co. <? 


Wm. Steffan, Jr. 




Bentleyville 


15314 


1-7-19-20- 


21- 










22-24-26 


Bethlehem Mines Corp 


E. J. Korber 


P. 0. Box 29 


Ebensburg 


15931 


33 


Betty Louise Coal Co.* 


W. R. Kelley 


R.D.3, Box 101A 


Smithfield 


15478 


41 


Bigan, John E.* 


J. E. Bigan 


P. 0. Box 84 


Elton 


15934 


42 


Bigan Coal Co., M. H.* 


M. H. Bigan 


421 Bigan Drive 


Windber 


15963 


30 


Big B Mining Co.* 


Carl Householder 


R. D. 1 


W. Sunbury 


16061 


34 


Big Break Mining Co.* 


Howard Kronen 


1005 Freeport Rd 


.Cheswick 


15024 


34 


Bituminous Processing Co.@ 


Richard Visniski 


285 S. Wash. Rd. 


McMurray 


15317 


40 


Black Diamond Coal Co.* 


Geo. Morocco 


R. D. 1 


Somerset 


15501 


1-30 


Black Fox Mng & Devel. Corp.* Walter Barnhart 


Box F 


Karns City 


16041 


22 


Bloom, Jr., Ralph 


R. Bloom, Jr. 


R. D. 1 


Holsopple 


15935 


40 


Blough Coal Co., Inc.* 


Thos. Firestone 


Box 87 


Alverda 


15710 


32 


Bologna Mining Co.* 


Eldo Bruner 


Box 309 


Burgettstown 


15021 


13-33 


Bortz Coal Co.* 


G. H. Bortz, III 


63 N. Beeson Ave 


.Uniontown 


15401 


9-38 


Boyer Coal Co.* 


Wm. P. Boyer 


206 E. Sherman A 


.DuBois 


15801 


38 


Bracken Construction Co.* 


Donald Wadding 


P. 0. Box 186 


Sligo 


16255 


9-17-44-45 


Bradford Coal Co., Inc.* 


C. E. Morris 




Bigler 


16825 


41 


Brant Coal Co., Inc.*# 


Franklin Brant 


R. D. 2 


Friedens 


15541 


40 


Brant Mining Co., C* 


Charles Brant 


R.D.3.N Franklin 


Somerset 


15501 


4 


Bren-Mar Minerals 


Jerry Brink 




Dilliner 


15327 


34 


Bridge Coal Co.* 


R. C. Bridge 


P. 0. Box 245 


Wilpen 


15694 


14 


Brocious, Harold E. 


H. E. Brocious 




Timblin 


15778 


33 


Brooks Coal Co.* 


Chas. E. Brooks 


Box 105 


Smithfield 


15478 


9 


Brookside Coal Co. 


Robt. Emery 


R. D. 1 


Brookville 


15825 


44 


Brown Co. , Earl M.* 


G. F. Krishner 


329 Mt. Joy Rd. 


Clearfield 


16830 


34 


Brown Coal Co., Inc., C. W.* 


C. W. Brown 


Box 23 


Whitney 


15693 



300 



District Operator 









Zip 


General Supt. 


Address 




Code 


D. N. Hudak 


76 Williams St. 


Brownsville 


15417 


J. 0. Brubaker 


302 W. DuBois A\ 


.DuBois 


15801 


E . B . Armitage 


311 R. Second St 


.Apollo 


15613 


W. P. Hanley 


P. 0. Box 168 


Nemacolin 


15351 


Dwight Forey 


Box 807 


Clearfield 


16830 


John Buncic 




Smithfield 


15478 


R. L. Burns 


R. D. 2 


Marion Center 


15759 


Glenn Shook 


Box 69 


Clarion 


16214 


Leo L. Ohler 


R.D.4, Box 14 


Berlin 


15530 


Michael Pelesky 




Boswell 


15531 


Henry Vehovic 


P. 0. Box 86 


Alverda 


15710 


D. M. Calhoun 


R. D. 1 


Brockway 


15824 


Win. M. Staggs 


P. 0. Box 69 


Clarion 


16214 


T. Merle Apple 


R. D. 


Fallentimber 


16639 


D. 0. Campbell 


P. 0. Box 281 


Carmichaels 


15320 


Ivan Shick 


R.D.I, Box 336C 


Paxinos 


17860 


Mario Fassio 




Maysville 


15618 


Carl Carbonara 


R. D. 4 


Uniontown 


15401 


Herbert Lambersot 


P. 0. Box 127 


Friedens 


15541 


D. L. Spear 




Snow Shoe 


16874 


Jack Carlson 


R.D.6, Box 267 


New Castle 


16101 


D. G. Batistig 


Box 218 


Templeton 


16259 


Patrick Carroll 


Box 153 


Lucinda 


16235 


V. G. Cay lor 


R.D.4, Box 100 


Punx su t awn ey 


15767 


G. M. Williamson 


P.O.Box 207 


Ebensburg 


15931 


Donald Jury 


300 Filbert St. 


Curwensville 


16833 


R. B. Turner 


P. 0. Box 506 


Philipsburg 


16866 


Larry Chess 


R.D.I, Box 151 


Smithfield 


15478 


F. Pearson 


P. 0. Box 368 


Yukon 


15698 


L. E. Henry 


R. D. 1 


Emlenton 


16373 


Jos. W. Michaels 


620 Tyler Ave. 


Clearfield 


16830 


W. T. McCartney 


Box 877 


Uniontown 


15401 


J. M. Lynch 


R. D. 1 


Friedens 


15541 


James Uzmack 


Box 245 


Clarion 


16214 


Frank Koladish 


Keystone Bldg. 


Kit tanning 


16201 


D. J. White 


242 W. Mahoning 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


Irvin L. Confer 


Box 471 


Milesburg 


16853 


David D. Eyer 


R. D. 1 


Central City 


15926 


Blaine Curtis 


P. 0. Box 246 


Cresson 


16630 


Robt. E. Gilbert 


R.D.I, Box 43-B 


:\ : -a 


15747 


W. A. Cotterman 


Box 586 


Clarion 


16214 


Ron Corl 


818 12th St. 


Windber 


15963 


R. K. Longfritz 


P. 0. Box 1110 


Clearfield 


16830 


Dominic Esposto 


P. 0. Box 241 


Daisytown 


15427 


Earl 0. Croner 


204 Broadway 


Berlin 


15530 


*Harry Papier 




Darlington 


16115 


Claire J. Davis 




Dysart 


16636 


Ronald Dean 


P. 0. Box 161 


N.Bethlehem 


16242 


Robt. W. Decker 


Box 216 


Garrett 


15542 


David L. Jones 


Box 307 


Grantville,Md 


.21536 


Nick Villa 


P. 0. Box 99 


State Line 


17263 


Robt. Herndon 


Box 144 


Forestville 


16035 


Wm. Fiore 


Box 119 


Clairton 


15025 


Richard Berlanti 


546 W. Fairview 


Somerset 


15501 


Fred A. Cuteri 


Box 15 


Merrittstown 


15463 


Dale Henderson 


23 West St. 


MorgantownW.Va26505 


David G. Doan 


912 Main St. 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


Jos. Benny, Sr. 


Box 95 


Windber 


15963 


E. K. Wahl, Sr. 


Box 423, Rt. 1 


Somerset 


15501 


J. R. Doverspike 


R.D.4, Box 1-D 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


A. B. Duncan 


R. D. 2 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


H. E. Bar tony 


1008 5th Ave. 


Ford City 


16226 


Robt. Chess 


Box 8 


Dilliner 


15327 


Jas. E. Elkin 




Greensboro 


15338 


J. E. Weaver 


543 Locust Val.RdGreensburg 


15601 


Ernest Baxter 


R. D. 5 


Butler 


16001 


W. J. Gub 


Box 124 


Wildwood 


15091 


Geo . Krach 




Verona 


15147 


Lynn Boyce 


R. D. 


Westover 


16692 


M. A. Graham 


Koppers Bldg. 


Pittsburgh 


15219 


G. R. Eberhart 


R.D.2, Box 114 


Smithfield 


15478 


W. F. Edmunds 


Box 26 


Frenchville 


16836 


W. P. Eidemiller 


R. D. 8 


Greensburg 


15601 


Geo. Conklin 


Box 68 


Boswell 


15531 


E . Shingledecker 


P. 0. Box 25 


Osceola Mills 


16666 


Clark Ingram 


R. D. 1 


Brookville 


15825 


D. J. Benjamin 


R. D. 1 


La Jose 


15753 



13 Brownsville Welding Co. 

38 Brubaker Bros. Coal Co.* 

35 Bryar Const. Co.* 

3 Buckeye Coal Co. , The 
45 Bull Run Coal Co.* 

33 Buncic Coal Co.* 

39 Burns, Richard L.* 
9-30-36 C & K Coal Co.* 

40 C & Coal Co.* 

41 C & P Coal Co., Inc.* 

22 Cairnbrook Coal Co., Inc. 

38 Calhoun, Dwight M.* 

17 Cambria Coal Co. 

17-43 Cambria Mills Coal Co., Inc.* 

32 Campbell, David 0.* 

14 Cannel Coal Co. 

11 Canterbury Coal Co. 

33 Carbonara Coal Co.* 
23-40-41 Cardinal Mining Co.* 
17-38-45- 

46-47 Carlin, Inc., R. S.* 

31 Carlson Mining* 1 - 

10 Carpentertown Coal & Coke Co, 

36 Carroll, Patrick* 
38 Caylor, V. Glenn* 

15 Central Cambria Drilling Co. 
45 Central Coal Co., Inc.* 

44 Centre Fuel & Mineral* 
32-33 Chess Coal Co.* 

34 Cinco Corp.? 

37 Clarion Realty Co.* 

45 Clearfield Limestone Corp.* 

33 Coal Energies Ltd.? 
23-40 Coal Junction Coal Co.* 

37 Colt Resources, Inc.* 
14 Colwell Coal Co. 

35 Compass Coal Co., Inc.* 

46 Confer Brothers* 

22 Consolidation Coal Co. 

42 Cooney Bros. Coal Co.* 
14 Copper Valley Coal Co. 

36 Cotterman, W. A.* 

22 Country Club Coal Co. 

45 Crescent Brick Co., Inc.* 

8-12 Crescent Hills Coal Co., Inc. 

23-40 Croner, Inc.* 

31 Darlington Brick & Clay Prod, 
14 Davis Coal Co. 
2-14-35-36 Dean Contractor, Inc.,E.C* 
23-40 Decker Construction Co.* 

23 Delta Mining, Inc. 
23 Delta Mining, Inc. 

30 DeMarsh Coal Co., Theodore* 

34 Diamond Fuel Co.* 
41 Diamond T Coal Co. * 

33 Dicenzo & CuteriC= 

32 Dippel & Dippel Coal Co.* 
9-38-46 Doan Coal Co.*? 

22 Doe Valley Coal Co. 

40 Doraville Enterprises* 
14-38 Doverspike Brothers, Inc.* 
30 Duncan Coal Co.* 

34-39 Dunkard Creek Coal, Inc.* 

4 Dunkard Mining Co. 
4 Duquesne Light Co. 

34 E & J Contracting Co.* 
1 Eagal Coal Co. 

34 Earth Resources, Inc.C? 

38 East Branch Equipment Co.*# 

41 East Ridge Mining, Inc.*=,-- 
12-19 Eastern Associated Coal Corp. 
4 Eberhart, George R. 

45 Edmunds Contr. & Sup. Co. Inc. " 

33-34 Eidemiller, Inc., Adam* 

40 Ellenberger, Edmund* 

43-44-47 Elliot Coal Mng. Co., Inc.* 

38 Emery, Robert L.* 
17-43-44 Empire Coal Co., Inc.* 



District 



Operator 



General Supt. 



Address 



Zip 
Code 



46 

32 

46 

32 

15 

46 

36 

14 

34-39 

14 

22-23-34- 

40-41 

33 

46 

34 

35 

17-47 

1 

17-43 

34 

16 

32 

34 

34 

45 

39 

42 

23-41 

34-35 

34 

44 

17-46 

26 

36-38 

40 

13-32-33 

2 

9-45 

14-38 

40 

41 

15 

40 

41 

37 

34 

33-34 

45 

32 

19 

34 

32-35 

30 

32 

9-36-38 

2-35 

34 

44 

44 

43 

45 

35 

14 

5 

35-38 

21 

34-39 

39 

25 

17 

25 

9-43-45 

22-42 

33 

33 

18 

22 

9-45 



Esquire Fuel Co.* 

Etna Equip. & Supply Co. 

Evock, Peter M.* 

Ewing, Charles W.* 

F. P. K. Coal Co. 

F & S Coal & Clay Co.* 

Fairhill Coal Co.* 

Fairview Coal Co. 

Fello Coal Co., Thos. A. 

Fetterman Coal Co. 



R. L. Ferraro 
Andrew Hynick 
P. M. Evock 
C. W. Ewing 
Chas. Pappal.Sr. 
Floyd Nyman 
Dean A. Hall 
Wm. C. Kennedy 
T. A. Fello 
M. L. Fetterman 



688 Main St. 



Fetterolf Coal Co. ,Inc. ,M.F.* 

Filiaggi Coal Co.* 

Fink & Stackhouse, Inc.* 

Fiore, Fred* 

Fiore Development Co.* 

Fisher Mining Co.* 

Fisher Mining Co., C. A. 

Flango Bros. Coal Co.* 

Fleck Coal Co.* 

Florence Mining Co. , The 

Ford & Gaskill* 

Fossil Fuels, Inc.* 

Fox, H. E.* 

France Refrac. Co., J. H.* 

Fran-Ru Enterprises, Inc.* 

GMK Co. (? 

G. M. & W. Coal Co., Inc.* 

Galando Coal Co.* 

Galando Construction Co.* 

Gallagher Coal Co.* 

Garden Coal Co., Inc.* 

Gateway Coal Co. 

Gearhart , Alvin* 

General Refractories Co.* 

Genovese Coal Co.* 

Giron Coal Co., James W. 

Glen Irvan Corp.* 

Glenn Coal, Inc.* 

Glessner Mines, J. S.* 

Glessner Mines, R. H.* 

Glory Coal Co. , Inc. 

Godin, Jas.S.& Goden, Harold i 

Godin, Joseph* 

Goetz Coal Co., Wm. 0.* 

Gorr, Richard* 

Green, Inc., Walter* 

Green Refractories Co., A.P 

Greene Enterprises* 

Greenwich Collieries Co. 

Grimm Coal Co.* 

Gysegem Enterprises, Inc.* 

H & D Coal Co.* 

H. & E. Coal Co.* 

H & G Coal & Clay Co., Inc. 

H. & R. Coal Co.* 

Hall & Hall, Inc. , J.M.&J.M. Jr*J. M. Hall, Jr 

Hamer, Ardell B.* A. B. Hamer 

Hamilton Contracting Co., Al* Geo. Myers 

Fred H. Lantz 



Geo. Conklin 
Jas. V. Filiaggi 
Jim Eyer 
Fred Fiore 
Elmer Fiore 
John Blaschak 

C. A. Fisher 
Michael Flango 
Chas. J. Fleck 
M. A. Rocker 
Arch F. Rose 
J. L. Altman 

D. W. Miller 
Terry Hatter 

Michael Meehan 
C. K. Crotsley 
Jos. Galando, Jr. 
Ed. Galando 
J. E. Gallagher 
L. C. Learish 
P. A. Ferguson 
Alvin Gearhart 
Jas. F. McClure 
T.R. Genovese II 
J. W. Giron 
Irvan Stoker 
W. Perry Glenn 
Jas. S. Glessner 
R. H. Glessner, Jr 
John Polenik 
*Jas. S. Godin 
Burton Holt 
W. 0. Goetz 
Richard Gorr 
Jos. E. Green 
R. F. Goodrich 
Jas. Carolla 
Geo. Trevorrow 
L. J. Grimm 
Jos. Bongiorno 
Robt. Herndon 
Walter Haass 
Jas. Uzmack 
L. Earl Cravener 



Hamlin Coal Co., Inc.*# 
Hanslovan Coal Co., Inc., Ed. 
Harman Co., Inc., Paul C.*# 
Harman Coal Co. 
Harmar Coal Co. 
Harmon Coal Co.*# 
Harmony Mining Co. 
Hawk Bros. Contracting Co.* 
Head Coal Co.* 
Helen Mining Co., The 
Helena Coal Co., Inc. 
Helvetia Coal Co. 
Hepburnia Coal Co.* 
Heshbon Coal Co., Inc.* 
Hibbs & Myers Coal Co.* 
Hill, William L.* 
Hillsdale Mining Co. 
Hiysota Fuel Co., Inc. 
Hoffman Coal Co., Inc.,J.E. 



E. J. Hanslovan 
P . C . Harman 
Kenneth Harmon 
David D. Eyer 
John Harmon 
Mil ford Kephart 
Alvan C. Hawk 
Floyd Ruffner.Sr. 
Geo. Fraicola 
Clarence Furguiel 
Robt. I. Billings 
Robt. G. Spencer 

F. R. Allison 
W. W. Hibbs 
W. L. Hill 
Norman Cessna 
Boyd Custer 
Jas. E. Hoffman 



P. 0. Box 9515 
P. 0. Box 242 
P. 0. Box 26 
R. D. 3 
R. D. 2 
Box 234 

R.D.4, Box 19D 
R.D.I, Box 127 



Brockway 

Pittsburgh 

Howard 

Imperial 

Indiana 

Howard 

Corsica 

Punxsutawney 

Saltsburg 



15824 
15223 
16841 
15126 
15701 
16841 
15829 
15767 
15681 



Glen Campbell 15742 



Box 68 Boswell 

R.D.6, Box 632 Uniontown 
2325 Newberry St.Williamsport 



60 Clover Dr. 

205 Monongahela 

901 Market St. 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 1 

108 Charles Dr. 

Box 351 

P. 0. Box 305 

R.D.9, Box 251 

P. 0. Box 306 

Box 22 

547 Phila. St. 



Pittsburgh 

Glassport 

Williamsport 

Stoneboro 

Houtzdale 

Carnegie 

Seward 

Greensboro 

Greensburg 

Greensburg 

Grampian 

Indiana 



130 Southmont Bl. Johnstown 
P. 0. Box 99 State Line 
R. D. 2 N.Alexandria 
R.D.5, Box 23-A Latrobe 
P. 0. Box 92 Sandy Ridge 
Pottersdale 
3 Gateway Center Pittsburgh 



Juniata St. Ext, 



Box 305 



R. D. 
R. D. 
R. D. 
R. D. 
R. D. 
R. D. 
Box 216 
Box 363 
R.D.I, Box 333 
R.D.I, Box 158 
P. 0. Box 68 
P. 0. Box 150 
111 W. High St. 
806 W. Main St. 
R.D.I, Box 23C 
217 Normal Ave. 
R.D.I, Box 121 
Box 245 
R.D.I, Box 434 



Box 41 

P. 0. Box 145 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 1 



DuBois 

W. Decatur 

Farming ton 

Kay lor 

Sidman 

Corsica 

Somerset 

Somerset 

Clymer 

Boswell 

Stoystown 

Seneca 

Elizabeth 

Scottdale 

N.Bethlehem 

Uniontown 

Ebensburg 

Mt. Pleasant 

Charleroi 



15531 
15401 
17701 
15236 
15045 
17701 
16153 
16651 
15106 
15954 
15338 
15601 
15601 
16838 
15701 
15905 
17263 
15670 
15650 
16677 
16871 
15230 
15801 
16878 
15437 
16042 
15955 
15829 
15501 
15501 
15728 
15531 
15563 
16346 
15037 
15683 
16242 
15401 
15931 
15666 
15022 



Slippery Rock 16057 



Smithfield 

Clarion 

Kit tanning 

Murrysville 

Wallaceton 

Woodland 

Shawville 

Morrisdale 



15478 
16214 
16201 
15668 
16876 
16881 
16873 
16858 



Fairmount Cityl6224 

Dayton 16222 

Library 15129 

N. Bethlehem 16242 

Johnstown 15901 

Kittanning 16201 

Indiana 15701 

Homer City 15748 

W. Decatur 16878 

Indiana 15701 

Grampian 16838 

Windber 15963 

Uniontown 15401 

608 E.Crawford AvConnellsville 15425 

Box 27 Hillsdale 15746 

P. 0. Box 336 Jerome" 15937 

Karthaus 16845 



P. 0. Box 500 
107 King St. 
1106 1st Nat.Bk. 
R.D.I, Box 366-A 
R. D. 3 
P.O. Drawer D 

655 Church St. 
R.D.I, Box 49 
1309 Midway 
43 Foreman Ave. 



302 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


44-45 


Holland, Arden W.* 


W. G. Hartman 


Franklin St. 


Clearfield 


16830 


30 


Homer City Coal Co.* 


John Raglani 


P. 0. Box 53 


Homer City 


15748 


33 


Hopwood Construction Co.* 


Robt. D. Frantz 


P. 0. Box 758 


Uniontown 


15401 


35 


Houser, Earl 0.*# 


E. 0. Houser 


R. D. 1 


N.Bethlehem 


16242 


35 


Houser Coal Co., Walter L.* 


W. L. Houser 


R.D.I, Box 434 


Kit tanning 


16201 


35 


Huff Coal Co.* 


Thomas Huff 


R. D. 2 


Dayton 


16222 


33 


Hustosky, John* 


John Hustosky 




Dunbar 


15431 


32 


I. S. C, Inc.* 


V. F. Bracco 


3755 Liberty Rd. 


Pittsburgh 


15234 


21 


Island Creek Coal Co. 


Walter Henry 


P. 0. Box 271 


Tire Hill 


15959 


7-13 


J & C Loading Co. 


Chas. F. Speggen 


220 Cumberland AvMasontown 


15461 


41 


J & R Coal Co. @ 


Wm. Stefan 




Bo swell 


15531 


22-40 


J. R. Sales, Inc.@ 


Lloyd Mangus 




Jerome 


15937 


22 


J. T. Coal Co. 


John Toth 




Hoover sville 


15936 


36-37 


Jack Bros. Const. Co.* 


A. L. Jack 


R. D. 1 


Emlenton 


16373 


15 


James Coal Mining Co. 


W. D. Davis 


Box 134 


Star ford 


15777 


21 


Jandy Coal Co . , Inc . 


J. A. Swick 


P. 0. Box 207 


Windber 


15963 


33 


Jebco Coal Co., Inc.* 


W. J. Cornell 


P. 0. Box 968 


Uniontown 


15401 


22 


Johnson Co., The R. G. 


K. R. Grooms 


25 S. College St 


.Washington 


15301 


17-47 


Johnson & Morgan* 


Don R. Johnson 




Snow Shoe 


16874 


14 


Johnstown Coal & Coke Co. 


A. L. Stupi 


416 Lincoln St. 


Johnstown 


15901 


17-47 


Jones & Brague Mining Co.* 


R. F. Brague 


106 Carpenter St 


.Blossburg 


16912 


8-13 


Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. 


P. A. Ferguson 


3 Gateway Center 


Pittsburgh 


15230 


32 


Jordan, Benjamin F.* 


Jas. L. Herron 


Route 1 


Dilliner 


15327 


41 


K & G Coal Co.* 


Dean Krise 


Box 201 


Cairnbrook 


15924 


32 


KES Enterprises, Inc.* 


Kenneth Smith 


721 Main St. 


Bentleyville 


15314 


33 


Kaiser Refractories* 


C. Gentile 


P. 0. Box 60 


Ohiopyle 


15470 


43 


Kann , John* 


Harold Swartz 


R. D. 2 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


11 


Kaskan Coal Co. 


George Kaskan 


R. D. 2 


Vandergrift 


15690 


43-44 


Kasubick Bros. Coal Co.* 


Raymond Kasubick 


Charles St. 


Houtzdale 


16651 


32-33 


Kelley Enterprises, Inc.* 


Geo. W. Kelley 


P. 0. Box 455 


Fairchance 


15436 


31 


Kelly Mining Co.* 


Richard Gorr 


2600 Buena Vista 


Elizabeth 


15037 


34 


Kendi & Sons, Inc., Paul W.* 


Paul Kendi, Jr. 


R. D. 3 


Mt. Pleasant 


15666 


14 


Kennedy Coal Co. 


R. V. Kennedy 


R.D.5, Box 35 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


1-30-31 


Kerry Coal Co.'*# 


Vernon Kerry 


R. D. 2 


Portersville 


16051 


46 


Kettle Creek Corp.* 


Raymond Larson 




Kylertown 


16847 


32 


King Knob Coal Co . , Inc . * 


J. L. Anderson 


P. 0. Box 268 


ClarksburgWVa 


.26301 


43 


Kitko, Francis B.* 


F. B. Kitko 


Box 166 


Madera 


16661 


2 


Kitt Coal Co. , Inc. 


J. R. McKenzie 


R. D. 1 


Adrian 


16210 


14 


Kniseley Coal Co. 


L. M. Caltagarone 


P. 0. Box 158 


Reynoldsville 


15851 


13 


Kovach Coal Co. 


Alex Kovach 


10 Maple St. 


Masontown 


15461 


34 


Kowalski, Frank* 


Frank Kowalski 


1742 GreensburgRdN. Kensington 


15068 


35 


Kravetsky, Charles* 


Chas. Kravetsky 


Box 194 


Avonmore 


15618 


14 


Kraynak Coal Co. 


Thomas Kraynak 


R. D. 


Glen Campbell 


15742 


17-42-43- 


44- 










45-47 


Kristianson & Johnson Coal Co.*D. H. Johnson 




Lanse 


16849 


33 


Krulock, Steve* 


Steve Krulock 


R.D.6, Box 422 


Uniontown 


15401 


32 


Kuhar, Mike* 


Mike Kuhar 


Box 73 


Bentleyville 


15314 


33-34 


Kutsenkow, George* 


Geo. Kutsenkow 


P. 0. Box 69 


Clair ton 


15025 


42 


L & B Coal Co.* 


Raleigh Barnett 




Waterfall 


16689 


35 


L & E Const. & Equip. Co.*# 


E . L . Echnoz 


R. D. 7 


Kittanning 


16201 


3 


L. & J. Equipment 


J. V. Filiaggi 


R.D.6, Box 632 


Uniontown 


15401 


9 


Lady Jane Collieries, Inc. 


Norman Wetzel 


P. 0. Box 130 


Philipsburg 


16866 


1 


Lakeview Processing Corp. 


Paul P. Deliere 


Box 283 


Hilliards 


16040 


39 


Lamkie Coal Co., Inc.* 


Wm. J. Lamkie 




Glen Campbell 


15742 


44 


Lansberry Coal Co.* 


Jas. M. Stott 


P. 0. Box 130 


Philipsburg 


16866 


41 


La sky, Stanley* 


Stanley Lasky 


R. D. 1 


Holsopple 


15935 


34 


Laspina, James* 


James Laspina 


R. D. 2 


Irwin 


15642 


34 


Latimer Brothers* 


Dale Latimer 


P. 0. Box 292 


N. Alexandria 


15670 


13 


Laurita Coal Co. 


Joseph Laurita 




Point Marion 


15474 


32 


Lawrence Coal Co.* 


Jas. V. Filiaggi 


R.D.6, Box 632 


Uniontown 


15401 


36 


Leadbetter Coal Co.* 


Allen Leadbetter 


R. D. 1 


Strattanville 


16258 


39 


Leasure Coal Co., R. L.* 


R. L. Leasure 


R. D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


11 


Leechburg Mining Co. 


Jos. Arduino 


320 Canal St. 


Leechburg 


15656 


44 


Long Coal, A. W.* 


Wm. Long 


1203 Presqueisle 


Philipsburg 


16866 


21 


Longwall Mining, Inc. 


Geo . Ledney 


900 Mine 42 


Windber 


15963 


11 


Loyal Creek Coal Co. 


Robt. Heifer 


Box 200 


Slickville 


15684 


30 


Lucas Coal Co.* 


A. J. Lucas 


400 North St. 


Grove City 


16127 


9-36 


Lucinda Coal Co.* 


Patrick Carroll 


Box 153 


Lucinda 


16235 


33 


Luzerne Coal Corp.* 


W. D. Wilson 


Box 50 


E. Millsboro 


15433 


7 


M. B. M. Coal Co., Inc. 


Ed. T. McErlean 


Box 576 


Bentleyville 


15314 


42 


M & K Coal Co.@ 


Michael Meehan 


130 Southmont Bl 


.Johnstown 


15905 


35 


M & M Mining, Inc.* 


Kenneth Morchesky 


R. D. 1 


Carrolltown 


15722 


39 


M & S Mining, Inc.* 


A. H. Smith 


R.D.4, Box 104 


Blairsville 


15717 


22 


Manion Coal Co., Inc. 


Don B. Holsopple 


Box 131 


Holsopple 


15935 


35 


Manor Minerals, Inc.* 


Wm. F. Stitt 


265 S.Jefferson 


Kittanning 


16201 


9 


Manor Mng. & Contr. Corp. 


C. E. Morris 




Bigler 


16825 


14-39 


Marion Center Mining Co.*# 


R. E. Kinter 


31 Sixth St. 


Clymer 


15728 


14-35-38- 


39Markle-Bullers Coal Co.* 


Chas. E. Powell 


Keystone Bldg. 


Kittanning 


16201 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 
Code 


32 


Mark IV Coal Co.* 


Roland Seamon 


1537 Pearlman Av 


.ClarksburgWVa 


.26301 


9-46 


Marlowe Coal Co.* 


Kevin Marlowe 




Weedville 


15868 


33 


Marsolino Coal & Coke, Inc.* 


Robt. Smouse 


P.O. Drawer X 


Uniontown 


15401 


35-36 


Martin Coal Co., James* 


James Martin 


R. D. 1 


Templeton 


16259 


6 


Mathies Coal Co. 


D. K. Blankenship 


Box 500 


Library 


15129 


9-36 


Mauersberg Coal Co.* 


R. J. Mauersberg 




Sigel 


15860 


36 


Mays Coal Co.* 


J. A. Mays, Jr. 


Box 447 


Clarion 


16214 


40 


McClintock, J. Lloyd* 


J. L. McClintock 


R. D. 1 


Rockwood 


15557 


25 


McCracken Coal 


Daniel McCracken 




W. Lebanon 


15783 


45 


McDonald Land & Mng. Co., Inc. 


*Homer Price 


Box 104 


Grampian 


16838 


44 


McGovern Coal Co., Clair C* 


C. C. McGovern 




Karthaus 


16845 


15-35 


Mclntire Coal Co. ,Inc. ,Wm. J.* Ronald Mclntire 


P. 0. Box 171 


Shelocta 


15774 


15-39-43 


Mears Coal, Inc.*# 


Chas. J. Mears 


Box 188 


Dixonville 


15734 


31 


Medusa Cement Co.* 


Walter Kirkwood 


Box 37 


Wampum 


16157 


34 


Mehrer, Emil W.* 


E. W. Mehrer 


939 Sunset Dr. 


Greensburg 


15601 


33 


Menallen Coke Co.* 


M. Nobel 


Box 458 


New Salem 


15468 


5 


Micale Farm Supply, Joe 


J. A. Micale, Jr. 


Box 7 


Rural Ridge 


15075 


33 


Michael Coal Co.* 


Jefferson Rhodes 




Rices Landing 


15357 


32 


Midway Coal Co.* 


F. W. Kramer 


Box 241 


McDonald 


15057 


36 


Miles Coal Co., Clyde* 


Steve Miles 


R. D. 2 


Summerville 


15864 


1-30 


Miller & McKnight Coal Co.* 


Gary McKnight 


R. D. 2 


Slippery Rock 


16057 


37 


Mineral Hill Corp.* 


Emil Lucas 


558 Beatty St. 


Grove City 


16127 


36 


Minich Coal Co.* 


Darl Minich 


R. D. 2 


Mayport 


16240 


38 


Minns Coal Co.* 


D. J. Benjamin 


R. D. 


La Jose 


15753 


44 


Monarf, Inc.* 


Andrew Chabala 


R. D. 3 


Duncansville 


16635 


35-39 


Monroe Contract Inc.*# 


Leo Indyke 


White Oaks 


McKeesport 


15131 


38 


Moore Coal Co., Everett* 


Glenn Moore 


304 Indiana St. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


47 


Moore & Son, Inc., W. C* 


W. A. Johnson 


314 N. 4th St. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


35-39 


Morchesky Trucking & Excav.* 


Kenneth Morchesky 


R. D. 1 


Carrolltown 


15722 


12 


Moremet Coal Co., Inc. 


C. H. Moore 


116 N. Main St. 


Greensburg 


15601 


9-45 


Moshannon Falls Mng. Co., Inc. 


*A. E. Woolridge 


Box 472 


Clearfield 


16830 


30 


Nastasi, James* 


Bernie Unverzagt 


564 W. Cunningham 


i Butler 


16001 


32 


Nat Industries, Inc.* 


M. Natali 


R.D.I, Box 173 


Bentleyville 


15314 


13 


National Mines Corp. 


R. E. Rushnock 




Isabella 


15447 


42 


New Enterprises Stone & Lime 










• 


Co., Inc.* 


D. W. Detwiler 




N. Enterprise 


16664 


46 


New Shawmut Mining Co.* 


A. J. Palumbo 




St. Marys 


15857 


35 


Nicholson Run Coal Co.*# 


T. E. Johnson 


425 Market St. 


Kit tanning 


16201 


16-25 


North American Coal Corp., The 


: Glenn A Marshall 




Seward 


15954 


1 


North Butler Coal Co. 


David Conterno 


135 Oneida VI. Rd 


.Butler 


16001 


17-34-39- 


•42North Cambria Fuel Co.* 


J. J. Bearer 


P. 0. Box 397 


Spangler 


15775 


17 


North Camp Mining Co. 


D. J. Benjamin 


R. D. 1 


La Jose 


15753 


33 


Oak Run Coal, Inc.* 


Frank Sabatine 


P. 0. Box 576 


Uniontown 


15401 


45 


Ogden Co. , C. A.* 


C. A. Ogden 


P. 0. Box 661 


Clearfield 


16830 


34-38-39 


Old Home Manor, Inc.* 


R. L. Leasure 


R. D. 2 


Homer City 


15748 


15 


Oneida Mining Co. , The 


Ivan More ton 




Seward 


15954 


12 


Orisik Coal Co. 


Frank Orisik 


Box 314 


Smith ton 


15479 


45 


Orlando, Dominick * 


D. Orlando 


211 Curtis St. 


Philipsburg 


16866 


34 


Overly, L. W.* 


L. W. Overly 


R. D. 1 


Mt. Pleasant 


18453 


9-46 


Owens Coal Mining Co.* 


Jos. A. Owens 


Sky Haven 


Penfield 


15849 


22-23-40- 


•41 PBS Coals, Inc.* 


Wallace Albright 


P. 0. Box 210 


Mercersburg 


17236 


35 


P & L Coal Co. , Inc.* 


Peary Farester 


R.D.3, Box 316A 


Ford City 


16226 


9-14-35-38- 










43-46 


P & N Coal Co. , Inc.* 


D. J. White 


242 W. Mahoning 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


34 


P & R Mining* 


Robt. E. Ankeny 


R. D. 6 


Somerset 


15501 


11 


Partner Coal Co. 


Adam Greece 


R.D.4, Box 245 


Apollo 


15613 


38 


Pascaret, James* 


Jas. Pascaret 




Corsica 


15829 


26 


Peggs Run Coal Co., Inc. 


Richard Collins 


P. 0. Box 184 


Shippingport 


1507 7 


39 


Peles Coal Co.* 


Kenneth Morchesky 


R. D. 1 


Carrolltown 


15722 


37 


Pengrove Coal Co.*# 


Leonard Chutz 


R. D. 3 


Grove City 


16127 


11 


Penn Allegh Coal Co., Inc. 


Edward Michaels 


R.D.2, Box 238-A 


Tarentum 


15084 


17-44 


Penn Coal Co.* 


L. F. Thompson 


P. 0. Box 626 


Philipsburg 


16866 


15 


Penn Hill Coal Corp. 


Kenneth Leasure 


R. D. 3 


Indiana 


15701 


23-40 


Penn Pocahontas Coal Co.* 


T. E. Light 


P. 0. Box 248 


Garrett 


15542 


32 


Penn Sherman Corp . * 


Charles Metz 


R. D. 1 


Bentleyville 


15314 


40 


Penn Somerset Corp.* 


John Gould 


P. 0. Box 150 


Latrobe 


15650 


42 


Pennsylvania Energy Corp.* 


D. N. McCul lough 


P. 0. Box 518 


Johnstown 


15907 


33 


Pennsylvania Mineral* 


J. R. Slate 


500 Lloyd Ave. 


Latrobe 


15650 


32 


Pennweir Construction Co.* 


Pat Arena 


401 Penna. Ave. 


Weirton.W.Va. 


26062 


47 


Percival, John* 


Richard Mase 


R. D. 


Canton 


17724 


47 


Percival, Paul* 


John Percival 


R. D. 


Canton 


17724 


1-30-31 


Perry Bros. Coal Co.* 


Dale Perry 


P. 0. Box 1163 


Sharon 


16146 


4 


Petitte Bros. Coal Co., Inc. 


Jas. Barill 


Route 1 


Dilliner 


15327 


32 


Petricca Coal Co.* 


Jas. Petricca 


R. D. 2 


Burgettstown 


15021 


23 


Petrosky's Coal 


Victor Petrosky 


R.D.4, Box 38 


Latrobe 


15650 


36 


Phillips, Merle H.* 


M. H. Phillips 




Sligo 


16255 


38-39 


Phillips Coal Co., Jack* 


Jack Phillips 


430 S. Main St. 


Punxsutawney 


15767 


33-34 


Piccolomini, William* 


Wm. Piccolomini 


213 W. Wash. Ave 


.Connellsville 


15425 



304 



District 


Operator 


General Supt. 


Address 




Zip 

Code 


44 


Pike Coal Co.* 


R. H. Thompson 


P. 0. Box 407 


Philipsburg 


16866 


5-6-12-26 


Pittsburgh Coal Co. 


D. K. Blankenship 


P. 0. Box 500 


Library 


15129 


31 


Pittsburgh Refractories, Inc.* 


Robt. Holzer 


Benedum- Trees Bl 


.Pittsburgh 


15222 


34 


Polar Coal Co.* 


J. J. Jolly 


R.D.I, Box 403 


Greensburg 


15601 


32-33 


Pontorero & Sons Coal Co.,Inc 


.* Paul Pontorero 


231 S. Water St. 


Masontown 


15461 


22 


Potochar & Potochar Coal Co. 


Jos. Potochar 


115 Hoover St. 


Hooversville 


15936 


42-43 


Powell Coal Co., C. E.* 


Ralph Morrison 




Blandburg 


16619 


44 


Power Contracting Co.* 


J. I. Cowfer.Sr. 


New Liberty 


Philipsburg 


16866 


32 


Protz Bros. Coal Co.* 


Mike Protz 


R.D.2, Box 143A 


W. Newton 


15089 


33-34 


Purco Coal, Inc.*# 


A. J. Ripepi 


R.D.2, Box 384 


Monongahela 


15063 


33 


Puskar, John* 


John Puskar 


R. D. 1 


Dawson 


15428 


9-14-36 


R.E.M. Coal Co., Inc.* 


A. D. Bullers 


271 Main St. 


Brookville 


15825 


33 


R. M. & L. Co. 


Jas. T. Rossini 


Box 552 


Masontown 


15461 


10-35 


R.O.B. Coal Co.* 


C. 0. Creel 


P. 0. Box 188 


Apollo 


15613 


35 


R & R Coal Co.* 


E. B. Armitage 


311 N. 2nd St. 


Apollo 


15613 


35-36 


Reddinger, Terry* 


Dennis Reddinger 


Box 58 


Distant 


16223 


39 


Red Gap Coal Co.* 




P. 0. Box 179 


Glen Campbell 


15742 


45 


Reese, Philip * 


Philip Reese 




Karthaus 


16845 


44 


Reese Brothers* 


Jas. B. Reese 


709 McAteer St. 


Houtzdale 


16651 


36 


Reichard Paving & Exc.,Gene* 


Gene Reichard 


R. D. 


N.Bethlehem 


16242 


22 


Reitz Coal Co. 


Frank Sesack 


509 15th St. 


Windber 


15963 


1-5-8-12 


Republic Steel Corp. 


J. R. Eaton 


Fayette Nat'l Bk 


.Uniontown 


15401 


42 


Richards, Kenneth G.* 


Donald Anderson 




McConnellsburgl7233 


22 


Richland Coal Corp. 


Ernest Martinage 


R.D.I, Box 434 


South Fork 


15956 


42 


Ridge Mining Co.* 


Theodore Seskey 




Ashville 


16613 


9-17-44-45 


River Hill Coal Co., Inc.* 


Raymond Larson 




Kylertown 


16847 


35 


Riverera Land Co.* 


Gary Doverspike 


R.D.I, Box 434 


Kittanning 


16201 


35 


Robin Coal Co., Inc.*# 


D. R. Klepfer 


R.D.I, Box 366-A 


Kit tanning 


16201 


10-35 


Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Co.*f R. I. Billings655 Church St. 


Indiana 


15701 


37 


Rockland Mining Co.* 


J. P. Siegel 


320 Liberty St. 


Clarion 


16214 


33 


Rondell Co. , The* 


Wendell Charles 


R.D.3, Box 536 


Monongahela 


15063 


39 


Ron-Lee Coal Co., Inc.* 


Perry Erickson 




Paxinos 


17860 


33 


Rose Coal Co., John C* 


J. C. Rose 


Railroad St. 


Dunbar 


15431 


39 


Rosensteel, C. L. *# 


C. L. Rosensteel 


R.D.I, Box 118 


Saltsburg 


15681 


32-34 


Rosini's, Inc.* 


Ed Pangersis 


R. D. 2 


Oakdale 


15071 


32 


Rostosky Coal Co., Joseph* 


Jos. Rostosky 


R.D.3, Box 112 


Monongahela 


15063 


33 


Ruane- Arnold Coal Co.* 


M. J. Ruane 


Box 278 


Hopwood 


15445 


13-33 


Ruane Coal & Coke Co.* 


J. L. Ruane, Jr. 


Box 485 


Fairchance 


15436 


32 


Rumble, Jim* 


Jim Rumble 


R. D. 1 


Greensboro 


15338 


17 


Rush ton Mining Co. 


Blair Rickard 


P. 0. Box 589 


Philipsburg 


16866 


44 


Ryan Bros. Coal Co.* 


Robert Ryan 


201 Spruce St. 


Clearfield 


16830 


30 


S.B.P. Coal Co.* 


D. J. Keihl 


131 N. McKean St 


.Kittanning 


16201 


17-47 


S. & D. Trucking Co.* 


E. B. Hall 


P. 0. Box 178 


Snow Shoe 


16874 


38 


S & M Coal Co.* 


Earl McCullough 


R. D. 6 


Kittanning 


16201 


34-35 


S & S Coal, Inc.* 


J. Merle Smith 


R. D. 1 


Avonmore 


15618 


40 


S & S Coal Co. * 


Don Soberdash 


154 Broadway 


Connellsville 


15425 


32 


Sang Coal Co.* 


J. V. Filiaggi 


R.D.6, Box 632 


Uniontown 


15401 


23-40 


Sanner Bros. Coal Co.* 


Robt. Sanner 


R. D. 1 


Rockwood 


15557 


23-40-41 


Scurfield, William E.* 


Wm. E. Scurfield 


226 Main St. 


Berlin 


15530 


30 


Sechan Limestone Ind., Inc.* 


R. C. Sechan, Jr. 


R. D. 1 


Portersville 


16051 


39 


Selected Fuels, Inc.* 




P. 0. Box 121 


Ramey 


16671 


41 


Shade Mining Co.* 


B. M. Alberter 


P. 0. Box 121 


Friedens 


15541 


40 


Shafer, Walter F.* 


W. F. Shafer 




Listonburg 


15457 


39 


Shaffer, Cecil J.* 


Thos. A. Fello 


R. D. 1 


Apollo 


15613 


41 


Shaffer, Myron* 


Myron Shaffer 


801 Shady Lane 


Windber 


15963 


43-45 


Shale Hill Coal Co.* 


Edward Spencer 




Grampian 


16838 


9-36 


Shannon Coal*# 


Glenn Shook 


Box 69 


Clarion 


16214 


9-45 


Shawville Coal Co.* 


B. H. Lingle 


P. 0. Box 34 


Shawville 


16873 


37 


Siegel, Thomas E.* 


T. E. Siegel 


R.D.2, Box 618A 


Shippenville 


16254 


9-37 


Siegel Coal Co., Harold A.* 


H. A. Siegel 


320 Liberty St. 


Clarion 


16214 


43 


Simca Mining, Inc.* 


Geo. Shimchock 


405 James St. 


Curwensville 


16833 


39 


Siverd Bros. Coal Co.* 


Budd E. Siverd 


R.D.I, Box 199 


Clymer 


15728 


40 


Slifco Bros. Coal* 


John Slifco 


R. D. 3 


Berlin 


15530 


34 


Smith Coal Co., Victor P.* 


R. T. Smith 


200 2nd St. 


Derry 


15627 


46 


Smith & Rogos Coal Co.* 


R. T. Rogos 


Box 51 


Brockway 


15824 


2-35 


Snyder Co., C. H.* 


Tom Snyder 


P. 0. Box 10 


Kittanning 


16201 


38 


Snyder Co., Marlin L.* 


M. L. Snyder 


Box 109 


Timblin 


15778 


33-40 


Soberdash Coal & Coke Co.* 


Donald Soberdash 


154 Broadway 


Connellsville 


15425 


22-40-41 


Solar Fuel Co.* 


Kenneth Ross 


Box 488 


Somerset 


15501 


33 


Solomon & Teslovich* 


David Baker 


Box 768 


Masontown 


15461 


23 


Spewock, Theodore 


Theodore Spewock 


R.D.5, Box 25D 


Latrobe 


15650 


18 


Sponsky Coal Co. 


Wm. F. Sponsky 


P. 0. Box 307 


Elmora 


15737 


9-36-38 


Stahlman Coal Co. ,Inc. .W.P.* 


H. Dean Rhodes 


Box 71 


Corsica 


15829 


40 


Star Coal Co.* 


A. Kukenberger 


130 Southmont Bl 


.Johnstown 


15905 


40 


Star Minerals Co.* 


Leroy Miller 


130 Southmont Bl 


.Johnstown 


15905 


42 


Star ford Coal Corp.* 


Wilson Spicher 


205 Masonic Bldg.Ebensburg 


15931 


38-46 


Starr Coal Co.*-" 


Ivan Starr, Jr. 




Brockport 


15823 


35 


State Industries, Inc.* 


Tom Snyder 


P. 0. Box 10 


Kittanning 


16201 



District Operator 



General Supt, 



Zip 305 

Code 



34 

32 

24 

17-44-47 

38-45 

38 

1-30 

23 

23-40 

44 

46 

33 

9-45 

2 

9-45 

44 

31 

44 

41 

30 

35 

8-32 

23 

23 

33 

11 

32 

32 

45 

3-7-13 

42 

13 

15 

36 

34 

1-31 

14-35 

20 

46 

35 

36 

34 

41 

42 

34 

9-37 

39 

25 

34 

1-30 

1-30-35 

32-33 

4-10-15-25 

1-30 

36 

41 

37 

44 

17 

30 

9-36 

4 

41 

34 



Steam Systems Sales & 
Service, Inc.* 
Stefkovich Brothers, Inc.* 
Stella Maris Coal Co. 
Stott Coal Co., Inc.,Jas. M.' 
Strishock Coal Co.* 
Sugar Hill Limestone Co.* 
Sunbeam Coal Corp.* 
Superior Carbon Fuels 
Svonavec, Inc.* 
Swistock & George* 
Tamburlin Bros. Coal Co.*# 
TeDesco, William K.* 
Teeter Coal Co., John* 
Tesone Coal Co. 
Thomas Bros. Coal Co.* 
Thompson Coal Co., Inc., J. A." 
Thompson Mining Co.* 



Otha Johnson 
A. P. Stefkovich 
Terrence Johnston 
J. M. Stott 
Stephen Strishock 
R. A. Smith 
Charles Slater 
Paul Shreckengost 
Steve Svonavec 
Peter Swistock 
Geo. Tamburlin 
W. K. TeDesco 
John Teeter, Jr. 
Jos. V. Tesone 
Richard Peterman 
Jas. G. Hudson 
Duane Burt 



Thompson & Phillips Clay Co.* Leroy Thompson 

Three S Coal Co.* 

Tiche Limestone & Const. ( 

Toy, Estate of Edwin W.* 

Tremont Mining Co.* 

Trent Coal Co. 

Tri-C Coal Co. , Inc. 

Tri- State Coal Co.* 

Tunnelton Mining Co. 

Twilight Industries* 

Tyhonas Coal Co., LeRoy* 

Union Clay Co., Inc.* 

United States Steel Corp. 

Universal Minerals, Inc.@ 

Utilities Fuel Co. 

Valley Coal Co., Inc. 

Vantage Coal Co.* 

Vargo Coal Co., Inc.* 

Veon, Inc., Ralph A.*# 

Vetica Construction Co.*# 

Vinton Coal Co. 

Vollmer, L. B.* 

W. I. Coal Co.* 

W & M Coal Co.* 

W & R Coal Co.* 

W W Coal Co.*# 

Weakland Brothers* 

Weaver, Joseph F.* 

Weaver & Sons, A. P.* 

Weimer, John S.* 

Weimer Coal Co. 

Weinman, Homer* 



M. R. Swank 
Zetta Tiche 
A. T. Sigworth 
Edward Baker 
Bruce W. Trent 
R. C. Coleman 
Attilio Cicconi 
Wm. D. Weimer 
H. J. Detwiler 
LeRoy Tyhonas 
R . A . Danvir 
E. L. Baker 
Tony Joseph 
Telio Tackaroni 
E. G. Vehovic 
Glenn Shook 
R. K. Jones 
R. A. Veon 
Walter Stelter 
Steve Lonesky 
L. B. Vollmer 
Frank Pulford III 
Ronald Weaver 
Wendell Charles 
Willard C. Will 
Paul J. Breth 
J. F. Weaver 
R. A. Weaver 
J. S. Weimer 
Jas. A. Weimer, Jr, 
Homer Weinman 



Western Hickory Coal Co. ,Inc.*Harry W. List 



West Freedom Mining Corp.*# 
West Penn Coal & Const. Co.* 
Williamson Shaft Contr. Co. 
Willowbrook Mining Co.* 
Wilson, John N.* 
Windber High Standard Coal Co 
Winger Coal Co., Inc.* 
Winters Construction 
Wittig, Arthur 
Wright, Grant R.* 
Zacherl Coal Co., Inc.* 
Zeni-McKinney- Williams Corp 
Zubek & Yantus * 
Zupon, Albert* 



R. W. Haller 
Jefferson Rhodes 
Vere E. Pifer 
James Satori 
Terry Keifer 
*# Faber Krise 
C. E. Winger 

Melvin* Melvin Winters 
Arthur Wittig 
Warren Wright 

* Ray Zacherl 
G. A. Kelly 
Steve Yantus 
Wayne Cook 



Box 118 
Short Street 

P. 0. Box 130 
Box 133 

Box 5 

P. 0. Box 127 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 1 
Box 143 
P. 0. Box 72 
Box 105 



Box 967 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 626 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 3 

188 Arlington Av 

R. D. 1 

531 N. Center Av. 

R.D.I, Box 695 
527 Broad Ave. 
R. D. 1 

600 Grant St. 
130 Southmont Bl 

P. 0. Box 86 
Box 69 

24 Ruth Place 
P. 0. Box 326 
509 Morningstar 
Box 441 
Rosely Road 
R. D. 2 
R. D. 3 

R.D.3, Box 536 
R. D. 1 
205 Ross St. 
P. 0. Box 219 

MR 1 

.R.D.2, Box 222A 
R.D.4, Box 57 
R. D. 1 
156 S. Jefferson 

207 Fairmont Ave 
1005 W.Ketler Dr 

1203 Graham Ave. 

R. D. 6 

R.D.I, Box 621-B 

R. D. 1 

Box 380 

P. 0. Box 12405 

R. D. 1 



Mt. Pleasant 

Avella 

Dysart 

Philipsburg 

Brockway 

Reynoldsville 

Boyers 

Friedens 

Friedens 

Houtzdale 

Brockport 

Wyano 

Philipsburg 

Petrolia 

Grampian 

Clearfield 

New Springfie 

Ohio 
Philipsburg 
Stoystown 
Boyers 
Kit tanning 
.Charleroi 
Friedens 
Somerset 
Brownsville 
Saltsburg 
Belle Vernon 
Coal Center 
Grampian 
Pittsburgh 
.Johnstown 
Point Marion 
Alverda 
Clarion 
Belle Vernon 
Darlington 
Ellwood City 
Vintondale 
St. Marys 
Dayton 

N. Bethlehem 
Monongahela 
Central City 
Pittsburgh 
Greensburg 
Fryburg 
Saltsburg 
Homer City 
Mt. Pleasant 
Boyers 
Kit tanning 
Rices Landing 
.Fairmont WVa. 
Grove City 
Shippenville 
Windber 
Mercer 

Osceola Mills 
Monroe ton 
Frombell 
Lucinda 
Pittsburgh 
Central City 
Oakdale 



15666 
15312 
16636 
16866 
15824 
15851 
16020 
15541 
15541 
16651 
15823 
15695 
16866 
16050 
16838 
16830 
Id, 
44443 
16866 
15563 
16020 
16201 
15022 
15541 
15501 
15417 
15681 
15012 
15423 
16838 
15230 
15905 
15474 
15710 
16214 
15012 
16115 
16117 
15961 
15857 
16222 
16242 
15063 
15976 
15219 
15601 
16526 
15681 
15748 
15666 
16020 
16201 
15357 
26554 
16127 
16254 
15963 
16137 
16666 
18832 
16123 
16235 
15231 
15976 
15071 



307 



DIRECTORY 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 



309 



Maurice K. Goddard 
Secretary 

Wesley E. Gilbertson 
Deputy Secretary 
Environmental Protection 
& Regulation 



2nd Floor P. 0. Box 1467 

Evangelical Press Bldg. Harrisburg 17120 



9th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



717-787-2814 



717-787-5027 



OFFICE OF MINES AND LAND PROTECTION 



Walter N. Heine 
Associate Deputy Sec'y 



9th Floor 
Fulton Nat'l Bk. 



lldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



717-787-4686 



Jack H. Viets, Chief 
Administrative Services 



9th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



717-787-8193 



Catherine Miles 
Statistical Supervisor 
Administrative Services 



8th Floor 
Fulton Nat'l Bk. 



Hdg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



717-787-4876 



Bureau of Surface Mine Reclamation 



William E. Guckert 
Director 



7th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



717-787-5103 



James Miller, Actg. Chief 
Div. of Mine Drainage Con- 
trol & Reclamation 



7th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



717-783-8845 



Donald Zutlas, Chief 
Div. of Licensing & 
Bonding 

Robert H. Davis, Chief 
Div. of Explosives 

Geo. R. Sterling, Chief 
Anthracite Surface 
Mining Section 



6th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



8th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



Motor Contracts Corp.Bl. 

108 S. Claude A Lord Bd. Pottsville 



717-787-4827 



717-787-2458 



717-622-8181 
Ext. 360 



Edward Lancaster 
Inspector at Large 
(35,36,37,38,43,44,45,46 


& 


Box 225 
47) 






Brockway 


15824 


814-265-2833 


Jacob Leighty 
Inspector at Large 
(30,31,32,33,34,39,40,41 


S> 


R. D. #1 
42) 






Derry 


15627 


412-694-5117 


Dis- 
trict 

1 W. A. Sanders 

2 A. J. Latz 

3 J. R. Ruane 

4 Robert Whitmer 




Anthracite 


Mine 


Conservation Inspectors 








R. D. 2 

9 W. Phillips St. 
928 N. Washington 
1332 W. Fern St. 


St. 


Dal ton 
Coaldale 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 


18414 
18218 
17872 
17872 


717-563-1945 
717-645-5727 
717-648-0262 
717-648-8677 



Bituminous Coal Mine Conservation Inspectors 



30 


Merle Urey 


529 N. Center Ave. 


Grove City 


16127 


412-458-8773 


31 


Herbert Strum 


4466 Ellwood Road 


New Castle 


16101 


412-758-7061 


32 


William Cherry 


R. D. #3 


McDonald 


15057 


412-745-6626 


33 


James King 


Box 3 


Ohiopyle 


15470 


412-329-5935 


33A 


Fred J. Ulishney 


R. D. #3 


Latrobe 


15650 


412-539-1729 


34 


William Sray 


R. D. #2, Box 210 


McDonald 


15057 


412-221-7197 


35 


Bernard Snyder 


R. D. #2 


Kittanning 


16201 


814-257-8854 


36 


Charles Speelman 


Box 581 


Clarion 


16214 


814-226-6533 




Andrew Colberg 


258 Poplar Ave. 


Dayton 


16222 


814-257-8448 


37 


Virgil Ordiway 


Crescent Ave. 


Clarion 


16214 


814-226-7623 


38 


John J. Zuckowski 


R. D. #1, Box 77 


Rockton 


15856 


814-583-5470 


39 


J. N. Straw 


R. D. #1, Box 272 


Mahaffey 


15757 


814-277-6020 



310 



Bituminous Coal Mine Conservation Inspectors (Continued) 



rict 














40 


Paul Serf ass, Actg. 


426 Center St. , Box 


67 


Bo swell 


15531 


814-629-9580 


41 


John Moore 


P. 0. Box 248 




Windber 


15963 


814-467-5171 


42 


James Wise 


Main Street 




St. Michael 


15951 


814-495-4295 


43 


Charles Hicks 


R. D. 




Grampian 


16838 


814-236-1369 


44 


Nile Linberg 


R. D. #2, Box 78 




Philipsburg 


16866 


814-342-3221 


45 


Wayne Morrison 


301 Whitmer St. 




Clearfield 


16830 


814-765-2239 


46 


Gary Tamburlin 


R. D. #1, Box 146 




Kersey 


15846 


814-885-8765 


47 


Bryce Putman 


511 Cricklewood Dr. 




State College 


16801 


814-234-3219 




George Wingard 


R. D. #1 




Shippenville 


16254 


814-782-3443 




John T. Bates 


P. 0. Box 361 

Bureau of 


Land 


Ligonier 
Protection 


15658 


412-238-4356 



Donald Lazarchick 
Director 



9th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



717-787-9870 



Samuel Cortis, Chief 
Div. of Mine Subsidence 
Regulation 



203 S. Washington Rd. McMurray 



412-941-7100 



Eugene Shank, Actg. Chief 
Div. of Mine Subsidence 
Insurance 



8th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



717-787-5565 



Wm. C. Bucciarelli, Chief 
Div. of Solid Waste 
Management 



8th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



717-787-7382 



Bruce E. Ziegler, Chi°f 
Oil & Gas Division 



Charles H. Updegraff 
Petroleum Engineer 



State Office Bldg. 

300 Liberty Ave.,Rm 1207 Pittsburgh 



Port Allegany Road 



Coudersport 



15222 
16915 



412-565-5075 
814-274-9196 



Oil and Gas Inspectors 



Dis- 




trict 




1 


Chas. C. Songer 


2 


Howard W. Martin 


3 


John A. Ifft 


4 


Wm. H. Heeter 


5 


Chas. F. Straub 


6 


John H. Gerg 


7 


Leon W. Goble 


8 


Wm. E. Sleeman 


9 


Claude A. Olson 


10 


Wm. J. Burns, Jr 


11 


Richard Walther 



P. 0. Box 98 

321 N. Eighth St. 

981 Park Ave. 

R. D. #1 

P. 0. Box B 

P. 0. Box 961 

P. 0. Box 469 

21 Van-Ettan Ave. 

7 West St. , P.O. Box 

335 N. Barnett St. 

630 Southview Dr. 



Pittsfield 


16340 


814-563-7853 


Indiana 


15701 


412-463-0590 


Washington 


15301 


412-228-1942 


Rimer sburg 


16248 


814-473-3876 


DuBois 


15801 


814-371-4031 


Butler 


16001 


412-287-0980 


Grove City 


16127 


412-458-6661 


Sheffield 


16347 


814-968-3753 


Coudersport 


16915 


814-274-9827 


Brookville 


15825 


814-849-2445 


Pittsburgh 


15226 


412-563-3656 



Bureau of Occupational Health 



John W. Knauber 
Director 



6th Floor 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. 



P. 0. Box 2063 
Harrisburg 



717-787-6525 



Phillip Zullo, Chief 
Industrial Hygiene 



6th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 

Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 



717-787-9662 



OFFICE OF DEEP MINE SAFETY 



Walter J. Vicinelly 
Commissioner 

Wm. F. Darkes, Special 
Asst. & Chief Admin. Off. 

James J. Shober, Jr. 

Anth. Regional Mine 

Safety Director 

Dennis J. Keenan 
Bit. Regional Mine 
Safety Director 



6th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 






Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 


17120 


717-787-1376 


6th Floor P. 0. Box 2063 






Fulton Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Harrisburg 


17120 


717-787-1376 


Motor Loan Services Bldg. 






108 S. Claude A. Lord Bd.Pottsville 


17901 


717-622-8181 
Ext. 360 


The Prave Bldg. 






122 S. Center St. Ebensburg 


15931 


814-472-7191 



Anthracite Underground Mine Inspectors 



Elysburg 
Kulpmont 
Shamokin 



311 



Dis- 






trict 






5 


Arthur A. Joyce 


R. D. #2, Box 184 


6 


Leonard W. Rogers 


837 Spruce St. 


7 


C. E. Kashner 


904 W. Spruce St. 


8 


C. E. Kashner, Actg 




9 


L. W. Rogers, Actg. 


837 Spruce St. 


10 


Joseph Halaburda 


230 S. Wylam St. 


11 


Arthur E. Hand 


317 E. Main St. 


12 


Clarence E. Miller 


Wiconisco Ave. 
Bituminous Coal Undergn 


1 


W. H. Hixon (Office 


:)R. D. #1 




(Home) 


R. D. #1 


2 


W. H. Hixon 


" 


3 


P. H. Hyatt 


245 Bonar Ave. 


4 


Edward C. Urbany 


1525 Sixth St. 


5 


F. J. Shoaf, Jr. 






(Office 


:)449 Third St. 




(Home) 


524 Old Wayne sburg Rd. 


6 


Joseph Reggianni 


P. 0. Box 111 


7 


S. A. Fredrick 


221 Charles St. 


8 


J. M. Hovanic 


Ill Water St. 


9 


Gerald F. Moody 


6 W. Fifth Ave. 


10 


C. F. Kelly 


247 Meadow St. 


11 


J . C . Panchura 






(Office 


:)P. 0. Box 151 




(Home) 


405 McGovern Rd. 


12 


J. J. Hunter 


1 Lentz St. 
Rolling Hills 


13 


J. M. Muchnok 


R. D. #1, Box 376 


14 


J. P. Boback, Actg. 


R. D. #1, Box 20 


15 


J. P. Boback, Actg. 


" 


16 


L. D. Kimmel 


1237 Washington St. 


17 


William Gar ay 


Box 354 


18 


A. L. Shank 


R.D. #3, Box 104- A- 15 


19 


Lawrence Jones 


614 W. Ogle St. 


20 


Eno Chellini (Office 


:)138 Maple St. 




(Home) 


433 W. Church Ave. 


21 


E. H. Pauley 


1100 Cambria St. 


22 


Michael Phillips 


P. 0. Box 334 


23 


Wayne L. Reynolds 


Sunny Acres Mobile Park 
R. D. #2, Box 20 


24 


A. E. Valeri 


R. D. #2, Box 87 


25 


R. E. Fulton(0ffice 


)P. 0. Box 261 




(Home) 


9 Cedar St. 


26 


A. M. Pawlosky 


R. D. #1 




J. Earl Lamont 


505 Fourth Ave. 




A. M. Williams 


P. 0. Box 23 




Raoul A. Vicinelly 


14 Cedar St. 




Robt. J. Monaghan 


R. D. #3, Box 370-E 



Kulpmont 
Frackville 
Hegins 
Muir 



Slippery Rock 
Carmichaels 

Wayne sburg 
Wayne sburg 

Pitcairn 
Carmichaels 
Webster 
Belle Vernon 
W. Brownsville 
Clearfield 
Ford City 

Salina 
Houston 

Irwin 

Hopwood 

Sidman 

Indiana 

Elmora 

Ebensburg 

Ebensburg 

Vintondale 

Masontown 

Portage 

Jerome 

Somerset 

Ebensburg 

Blairsville 

Masontown 

Hickory 

Punxsutawney 

Apollo 

Masontown 

Uniontown 



17824 
17834 
17872 

17834 
17931 
17938 
17957 



16057 
15320 

15370 
15370 

15140 
15320 
15087 
15012 
15418 
16830 
16226 

15680 
15342 

15642 
15445 
15955 

15701 
15737 
15931 
15931 
15961 
15461 
15946 
15937 

15501 
15931 
15717 
15461 
15340 
15767 
15613 
15461 
15401 



717-672-2489 
717-373-3942 
717-648-3792 

717-373-3942 
717-874-1163 
717-682-3284 
717-647-9239 



412-458-6447 
412-966-2134 

412-627-8937 
412-627-5531 

412-372-7514 
412-966-7638 
412-379-6049 
412-929-5353 
412-785-7707 
814-765-7723 
412-763-7846 

412-697-5221 
412-745-9737 

412-863-0363 
412-438-0368 
814-487-5796 



412-465- 
814-948- 
814-472- 
814-472- 
814-749- 
412-583- 
814-736- 
814-479- 

814-445 
814-47 2 
412-459 
412-583 
412-745 
814-938 
412-472 
412-583 
412-438 



2873 
6062 
6558 
•9282 
■0481 
■2187 
■4427 
■4345 

■4320 

■8548 
■5777 
■9266 
■8177 
■6271 
■6031 
■9309 
■6385 



Anthracite Mine Electrical Inspectors 



Michael J. Polinko 1211 Chestnut St. 
William Buggy 1539 W. Lynn St. 



Kulpmont 
Shamokin 



Bituminous Mine Electrical Inspectors 



17834 
17872 



717-373r9449 
717-648-0356 



1,2, 

5,12 

9,10, 

11,14 

6,7, 

8,26 

3,4, 

13,23 

17,18, 

22,24 

15,16, 

20,25 



E. C. Houston 340 Washington St. 

E. R. Shoemaker 217 Marlboro Dr. 

John E. Pringle P. 0. Box 55 

J. F. Funka, Actg. R. D. #3 
19,21, 
Michael A. Anderson 220 Jefferson Ave. 

Frank R. Jurczak 558 Waynesburg Rd. 
Stephen W. Marsinek 500 Pittsburgh Rd. 



Springdale 


15144 


412-274-8435 


New Kensington 


15068 


412-335-0307 


Merrittstown 


15463 


412-246-2022 


McDonald 


15057 


412-745-8597 


Windber 


15963 


814-467-7667 


Carmichaels 


15320 


412-966-7661 


Uniontown 


15401 


412-438-6943 



312 



Anthracite Mine Rescue & First Aid Instructors 



Stephen M. Mat sick 
John J. Steber 



617 E. Patterson St. 
234% E. Kline Ave. 



Lansford 
Lansford 



18232 
18232 



Bituminous Mine Rescue & First Aid Instructors 



Anthracite Mine Air Testers 



717-645-4256 
717-645-9441 



K. R. Laughery 


212 Dixon Blvd. 


Uniontown 


15401 


412-437-7991 


Wm. P. Caffrey 


512 N. Gallatin Ave. 


Uniontown 


15401 


412-438-9218 


Chas. F. Erickson 


1022 Conemaugh Ave. 


Portage 


15946 


814-736-8678 


Thomas McClemens 


R. D. #3 


Stoystown 


15563 


814-893-5423 



Clare W. Wittig 
Ed. G. Narcavage 



125 S. White St. 


Shenandoah 


17976 


717-462-1627 


326 W. Fourth St. 


Mount Carmel 


17851 


717-339-2862 



Bituminous Mine Air Testers 



William Harrison 
I. M. King 



Wm. M. Smith 
John Conroy 



A. J. Paciga 



Box 283 

44 Brown St. 



Mather 
Uniontown 



Underground Mine Inspectors 
Deep Non-Coal Mines 



151 Sunset Ave. 
315 Ridge Ave. 



Pleasant Gap 
Butler 



Safety Inspector 
17 Cedar St. Masontown 

Uniontown Office 



15346 
15401 



16823 
16001 



412-883-3501 
412-438-0323 



814-359-2002 
412-283-1059 



412-583-9452 



William M. Wheeler 
Mining Engineer 



66 N. Gallatin Ave. 



Uniontown 



412-438-2582 



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TABLE #3 
SUMMARY BY COUNTIES 
TYPE OF WELLS REPORTED DRILLED 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1974 



319 



Total Wells 
County Drilled Gas 



Gas 

& Oil 



Waste Salt Water 
Oil Storage Intake Dry Disposal & Others Test 



6 
11 


Allegheny 
Armstrong. 


6 
34 


2 
32 


6 


Butler 


7 


4 


2 

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4 
5 
7 


Cambria 

Cameron 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

Crawford 


4 
4 
11 
25 
16 


1 
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20 
3 


10 

1 


Elk 
Erie 


10 
6 


9 
3 


3 
4 


Fayette 
Forest 


9 
128 


8 
2 


3 


Greene 


3 


1 


2 


Indiana 


363 


358 


10 


Jefferson 


41 


40 


6 


Lawrence 


1 


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8 
7 


McKean 
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349 
63 


14 
2 


9 


Potter 


14 


- 


3 


Somerset 


2 


1 


9 


Tioga 


2 


- 


7 


Venango 


241 


- 


1 
8 
3 
11 


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Warren (B) 
Washington 
Westmoreland 


187 

14 

2 

42 


2 
33 



173 
11 



232 



182 
13 



135 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 
DIVISION OF OIL & GAS 
ROOM 1205 - KOSSMAN BUILDING 
100 FORBES AVENUE 
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 15222 
TELEPHONE: Area Code - 412-565-5075 t 5076 



BRUCE E. ZIEGLER, Chief 

R. D. #1 

Tidioute, Pennsylvania 16351 



OIL AND GAS INSPECTORS AND DISTRICTS 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



Warren (less Sheffield Twp.) 



CHARLES C. SONGER 

P. 0. Box 98 

Pittsfield, Penna. 16340 

Telephone: Area 814-563-7853 



Berks 


Indiana 


Perry 


Blair 


Juniata 


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Cambria 


Lebanon 


Snyder 


Columbia 


Mifflin 


Union 


Dauphin 


Montour 




Huntingdon 


Northumberland 




Adams 


Fayette 


Philadelphia 


Bedford 


Franklin 


Somerset 


Bucks 


Fulton 


Washington 


Chester 


Greene 


York 


Cumberland 


Lancaster 




Delaware 


Montgomery 





HOWARD W. MARTIN 
321 N. Eighth Street 
Indiana, Penna. 15701 
Telephone: Area 412-463-0590 



JOHN A. IFFT 
981 Park Avenue 
'lashington, Penna. 15301 
Telephone: Area 412-228-1942 



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Beaver 



Lackawanna 
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Luzerne 
Lycoming 



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Northhampton 

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Sullivan 

Wyoming 



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Sheffield Twp. (Warren County) 



WILLIAM H. HEETER 

R. D. #1 

Rimer sburg, Penna. 16248 

Telephone: Area 814-473-3846 

CHARLES F. STRAUB 

P. 0. Box B 

DuBois, Penna. 15801 

Telephone: Area 814-371-4031 



JOHN H. GERG 
P. 0. Box 961 
Butler, Penna. 16001 
Telephone: Area 412-287-0980 

LEON W. GOBLE 

P. 0. Box 469 

224 North State Street 

Grove City, Penna. 16127 

Telephone: Area 412-458-6661 

WILLIAM E. SLEEMAN 
21 Van-Ettan Avenue 
Sheffield, Penna. 16347 
Telephone: Area 814-968-3753 



TABLE #6 

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF OIL & GAS 

ROOM 1205 - KOSSMAN BUILDING 

100 FORBES AVENUE 

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA 15222 

TELEPHONE: Area Code - 412-565-5075, 5076 



355 



BRUCE E. ZIEGLER, Chief 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



Potter 
Tioga 



Bradford Wayne 
Susquehanna 



10. 



CLAUDE A. OLSON 
P. 0. Box 326 
#7 West Street 
Coudersport, Penna. 16915 
Telephone: Area 814-274-9827 

WILLIAM J. BURNS, JR. 
335 North Barnett Street 
Brookville, Penna. 15825 
Telephone: Area 814-849-2445 



11. 



Armstrong Westmoreland 



RICHARD F. WALTHER 
630 Southview Drive 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 15226 
Telephone: Area 412-563-3656 



PETROLEUM ENGINEER 



CHARLES H. UPDEGRAFF 
Port Allegany Road 
Coudersport, Penna. 16915 
Telephone: Area 814-274-9196 



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ADAMS COUNTY 



BEDFORD COUNTY 



Harry T. Campbell & Sons Co. 
P.O. Box 128 
Gettysburg, Penna. 



Feight Brothers Sand Quarry 

R.D. #2 

Everett, Penna. 15537 



GAF Corporation 

P.O. Box 

Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. 17214 

ALLEGHENY COUNTY 

McShane Contracting Co. 

R.D. 

Oakdale, Penna. 

Fleck Coal Co. 

4316 Campbells Run Road 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 15205 

ARMSTRONG COUNTY 

Emlenton Limestone Co. 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Pa. 16301 

Allegheny Sand Inc. 

R.D. #2 

Leechburg, Pa. 15656 

The Logan Clay Products Co. 
Worthington, Pa . 16262 

Davison Sand S Gravel Company 
Allegheny River, Mile 32.5 
3rd Avenue and 4th Street 
New Kensington, Pa. 15068 

Penn-Dixie Industries, Inc. 
West Winfield, Pa. 16062 

BEAVER COUNTY 



New Enterprise Stone and Lime Company 
New Enterprise, Pa. 16664 

BERKS COUNTY 

Eastern Industries, Inc. 
P.O. Box 3188 
Wescosville, Pennsylvania 

The General Crushed Stone Company 

P.O. Box 231 

Easton, Penna. 18042 

Pottstown Trap Rock Co. 
1 Quarry Road 
Douglassville, Pa. 19518 

The John Dyer Quarry 
P.O. Box 188, R.D. #3 
Birdsboro, Pa. 19508 

Glen Gery Corporation 

Rt. #61, 
Shoemakersville, Pa. 

Glen Gery Corporation 
1166 Spring Street 
Wyomissing, Pa. 19610 

Berks Silica Sand Corporation 

R.D. #1 

Temple, Penna. 19560 

Berks Products Corporation 

Route 222 

Temple, Penna. 19530 



Ellwood Stone Company 
R.D. #2 
Wampum , Pa . 

Shippingport Sand and Gravel Co. 
1200 Stambaugh Building 
Youngstown, Ohio 



No. 1 Contracting Corporation 
Fl eetwood , Penna . 

No. 1 Contracting Corporation 
Kutztown, Pennsylvania 



Darlington Brick and Clay Products 
Darlington, Pa. 16115 



366 BLAIR COUNTY 

New Enterprise Stone & Lime Company 
Roaring Springs , Pa. 



Warner Company 
Van Sciver Plant 
Box 180 
Morr isville , Pa. 



Narehood Bros., Inc. 
Tyrone Forge, Pa. 

J. Harold Ellenberger 
5911 Calif Avenue 
Al toona , Pa . 

Jesse L. Hartman S Anna H. Gooi 
Trust Building 
Hollidayskurg , Pa. 

BRADFORD COUNTY 

Wysox Sand and Gravel Inc. 
Box 128 
Wysox , Pa . 

Ralph M. Cook 
R.D. #2 
Wysox , Pa . 

Charles E. Kitchen 
Towanda , Pa . 

Wrisley Excavating 
R.D. #2, Box 132 
Troy , Pa . 

BUCKS COUNTY 



Mignatti Construction Co. 
2310 Terwood Drive 
Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 

The General Crushed Stone Co 
P.O. Box 96 
Quakertown , Pa. 18951 

BUTLER COUNTY 

Allegheny Mineral Corp. 
P.O. Box 10 
Kittanning , Pa. 16201 

H. W. Cooper 

R.D. #2 

Slippery Rock, Pa. 

Sechan Limestone Ind. Inc. 

R.D. #1 

Porter sville , Pa. 16051 

Sechan Limestone Ind. Inc. 

Plant #3 

R.D. #2 

Porter sville , Pa. 16051 

Grove City Limestone Co. 
Branchton , Pa . 



Edison Quarry 
R.D. #3 
Doylestown , Pa 



Spang & Co. (Ferro Slag Div . ) 
P.O. Box 751 
Butler, Pa. 16001 



M & M Stone Co. 

Har ley sville , Penna 



19438 



Bucks County Crushed Stone Co 
2301 Fifth Street 
Perkasie , Pa. 18944 

Miller Quarries 
Mill Creek Road 
Rushland, Pa. 18956 

Better Materials Corporation 
Penns Park, Penna. 18943 

Warner Company 
West Side Plant 
Box 189 
Morr isville , Pa. 



CAMBRIA COUNTY 

Samuel Nicosia 
306 Cooper Avenue 
Johnstown , Penna. 15906 

CARBON COUNTY 

North American Refractories Co 

R.D. #2 

Kunkeltown , Pa. 18058 

Alliance Sand Co. 

R.D. #1 

Palmerton , Pa. 18071 

Refractory Sand Co., Inc. 
Andreas, Pa. 18211 



CARBON COUNTY CONTINUED 



CLEARFIELD COUNTY 



367 



Huss Contracting Company 
Andreas, Pa. 18211 



Ardell B. Hamer 
Wallaceton , Pa. 16876 



CENTRE COUNTY 

J. G. Neidigh 

Box 244-A, R.D. #2 

Boalsburg , Pa. 16827 

Herbert R. Imbt , Inc. 

P.O. Box 155 

State College, Pa. 16801 

Herbert R. Imbt, Inc. 
Plant #39 - Curtin Gap 
P.O. Box 155 
State College, Pa. 16801 

Martin Marietta Aggregates 

P.O. Box 130 

Pleasant Gap, Pa. 16823 

CHESTER COUNTY 



Hepburnia Coal Company 

R.D. til 

Grampian , Pa. 16838 

Clearfield Clay Products Div. 
P.O. Box 1110 
Clearfield , Pa. 16830 

George Y ingling 
R.D. Box 382 
Morrisdal e , Pa . 

Reese Bros . 

709 McAteer Street 

Houtzdale , Pa . 

CLINTON COUNTY 

Fink & Stackhouse Inc. 
Farrandsville, Pa. 



Warner Company 
Cedar Hollow Plant 
Deva ult, Pa . 



Mill Hall Clay Products , Inc 
44 Market Street 
Mill Hall, Penna. 



The General Crushed Stone Co. 

Box 33 

Downingtown , Pal 19335 

Cain Building Stone Corp. 

R.D. #2 

Zion Grove, Pa. 17985 

CLARION COUNTY 



COLUMBIA COUNTY 

Fishingcreek Construction Co. 

R.D. #4 

Bloomsburg , Pa. 17815 

Bloomsburg Sand & Gravel Co., Inc 

R.D. #2 

Bloomsburg , Pa. 17815 



Allegheny Minerals Corp 
P.O. Box 10 
Kittanning , Pa. 16201 



Lycoming Silica Sand Co. 

R.D. §4 

Danville, Pa. 17821 



Emlenton Limestone Co., Inc. 
P.O. Box 1128 
Oil City, Pa. 

Zacherl Coal Co., Inc. 
Lucinda , Pa. 16235 



CRAWFORD COUNTY 

Joseph Arendash 
R.D. #3 
Conneautville , Pa 



368 



CRAWFORD COUNTY CONTINUED 



DAUPHIN COUNTY 



Conneaut Lake Sand & Gravel Co 

R.D. #2 

Conneaut Lake, Pa. 

Virgil Foust 

R.D. #1 

Conneaut Lake, Pa. 

W. L. Dunn Construction Co. 
Adams Street 
Cochranton , Pa. 16314 

Danforth & Wood 

R.D. H3 

Conneaut Lake, Pa. 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY 

Locust Point Quarries , Inc. 
Box 289, R.D. HI 
Mechanicsburg , Pa. 17055 

Hempt Bros. Inc. 

205 Creek Road 

Camp Hill, Pa. 17011 

Valley Quarries , Inc. 
R.D. #8 
Shippensburg , Pa. 

Hempt Bros. Inc. 
205 Creek Road 
Camp Hill, Pa. 17011 
Mt. Holly Gravel Pit 
Coyle Gravel Pit 
Martin Gravel Pit 
Mt. Holly Sand .Plant 



Pennsy Supply Co. 
Amity Hall Plant 
1001 Paxton Street 
Harrisburg , Pa. 17105 

Pennsy Supply Co. 
Fiddlers Elbow Plant 
1001 Paxton Street 
Harrisburg , Pa. 17105 

Pennsy Supply Co. 
Hummelstown Plant 
1001 Paxton Street 
Harrisburg , Penna . 17105 

Hempt Bros . Inc . 

Steelton Plant 

205 Creek Road 

Camp Hill , Pa . 17 Oil 

Faylor-Middlecreek Inc. 
Winfield , Pa. 

DELAWARE COUNTY 

Carl Galantino , Inc. 
Marple & State Roads 
Media, Pa. 

Media Quarry Co. 
131 E. 2nd 
Media , Pa . 

The General Crushed Stone Co 

Box 231 

Easton , Pa . 

Glen Mills Plant 






Union Quarries , Inc. 
P.O. Box 686 
Carlisle , Pa . 

Pennsy Supply Inc. 
1001 Paxton St. 
Harrisburg , Pa. 17105 

Bobali Corporation 
Bowmansdale Plant 
1001 Paxton Street 
Harrisburg , Penna. 17105 



ERIE COUNTY 

Ganzer Sand & Gravel Co 
2412 Saltsman Road 
Erie, Penna. 16510 



S Gravel Inc. 



Union City San 

P.O. Box 168 

Union City, Pa. 16438 

Hoover Sand & Gravel Co 
R.D. #1, Troupe Road 
Harbor Creek , Pa . 



ERIE COUNTY CONTINUED 



FULTON COUNTY 



369 



Adam W. Nicholson 
2021 East 12th Street 
Erie, Pa. 

FAYETTE COUNTY 

Harbison-Walker Refractories , U.S. 
R.D. #1 Box 36 
Ohiopyle , Pa. 15470 

Martin Marietta Aggregates N.E. Div. 
P.O. Box 1075 
Uniontown , Pa. 15401 

Martin Marietta Aggregates N.E. Div. 

R.D. 

Lake Lynn, Pa. 15451 

Kaiser Refractories 
Ohiopyle , Pa. 

Adam Eidemiller Inc. 

R.D. #3 

Greensburg , Pa. 15601 

Commercial Stone Co., Inc. 
P.O. Box 208 

Belle Vernon, Pa. 15012 
Connellsville Blue Stone Quarry 



H. B. Mellott Estate Inc. 
328 N. 2nd Street 
McConnellsburg , Pa. 
Warfordsburg Plant 

H. B. Mellott Estate Inc. 
328 t{. 2nd Street 
McConnellsburg , Pa. 

H UNTINGDON COUNTY 

Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp. 
Keystone Works 
Mapleton Depot, Pa. 

Warner Company 
Union Furnace Plant 
R.D. HI, Box 93A 
Tyrone , Pa . 16686 

New Enterprise Sand S Lime Co. 
New Enterprise , Pa. 16664 
McConnellstown Plant 

INDIANA COUNTY 

Eidemiller Enterprises , Inc. 

R.D. #8 

Greensburg , Pa. 15601 



Commercial Stone Co. 
P.O. Box 208 

Belle Vernon, Pa. 15012 
Rich Hill Quarry 



Marion Center Mining Company 
Clymer, Pa. 15728 



JEFFERSON COUNTY 



FOREST COUNTY 

Jack J. Kuntz 
East Hickory , Pa. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY 

New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co 
New Enterprise , Pa. 16664 
Dry Run Plant 

Valley Quarries , Inc. 

R.D. #8 

Chamber sburg , Pa. 

Mt . Cydonia Sand 

R . #1 

Fayetteville , Pa. 17222 



David Glenn 
P.O. Box 61 
Corsica, Pa. 

JUNIATA COUNTY 

D. E. Smith, Inc. 
Box 105 , R.D. #2 
Mifflintown, Pa. 17059 

LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Jackson Crushed Stone Inc. 

R.D. 

Clarks Summit, Pa. 18411 

Godino ' s West Mt. Stone Quarry 
444 St. Cabrini Ave. 
Scranton , Pa. 



370 LACKAWANNA COUNTY CONTINUED 

Northeastern Training Institute 

Box 9 

Fleetville , Pa. 18420 

LANCASTER COUNTY 



Rohrer ' s Quarry, Inc. 

R.D. #3 

Lititz, Pa. 17543 

James R. Bunting 
Old City Mill Road 
Lancaster , Pa . 



Lancaster Lime & Stone Corp. 

R.D. HI 

Stevens, Pa. 17 57 8 



Gerhart Road Materials , Inc 

R.D. §3 

Ephrata, Pa. 17522 



The Blue Ball Stone Co. 
Blue Ball, Pa. 17506 

Compass Quarries , Inc. 

R.D. HI 

Gap, Pa. 17527 

Milton Grove Sand, Inc. 
R.D. #2 
Mt.Joy, Pa. 

Binkley & Ober , Inc. 

East Petersburg , Pa. 17520 



J. Miller Eshleman & Son, Inc. 

Box 295 

Landisville , Pa. 17538 

LAWRENCE COUNTY 

Allegheny Mineral Corp. 
P.O. Box 10 
Kittanning , Pa. 16201 

Ellwood Stone Co. 
R.D. #2 
Wampum, Pa. 



David M. Burkholder , Inc. 

R.D. #3 

Ephrata, Pa. 17522 



H. W. Cooper 

R.D. #2 

Slippery Rock, Pa 



D.M. Stoltzfus , Inc. 
Talmage, Pa. 17580 

D.M. Stoltzfus & Son Inc. 
Talmage, Pa. 17580 
Lancaster Plant & Quarry 

Union Quarries , Inc. 
Rheems , Pa. 17570 

D.M. Stoltzfus & Son Inc. 
Talmage , Pa. 
Cedar Hill Quarry 

H. R. Miller & Co. 
1756 Wabank Road 
Lancaster , Pa. 

A. G. Kurtz & Sons Inc. 

R.D. §3 

Denver, Pa. 17 517 



Superior Sand & Supply Co. 

R.D. #5 

New Castle, Pa. 16105 

Vanport Stone, Inc. 

Rt. 168 

West Pittsburg , Pa. 

Vanport Stone, Inc. 
Rt. 551 
Edinburg , Pa . 

Jack M. Randall 

R.D. #3, Box 325 

New Castle, Pa. 16105 

Mahoning Valley Sand Company 

P.O. Box 1236 

New Castle, Pa. 16102 

Medusa Cement Co. 

Box 37 

Wampum, Pa. 16157 



LAWRENCE COUNTY CONTINUED 

McQuiston Coal Co. 
120 E. Maitland Lane 
New Castle, Pa. 

Ralph A. Veon, Inc. 
P.O. Box 326 
Darlington , Pa. 16115 



The Whitehall Cement Mfg. Co. 371 

5160 Main Street 
Whitehall , Pa. 18052 
Ormrod Plant 

The Whitehall Cement Mfg. Co. 
5160 Main St. 
Whitehall , Pa. 
Cementon Plant 



New Castle Lime S Stone Co, 

R.D. #2 

Lowellville , Ohio 44436 



Roy Kern Quarry 
2575 Main St. 
Schnecksvil le , Pa. 



P.M. Boyo Co . 

R.D. #1 

Volant, Pa. 16156 



Lehigh Stone Co. 

R. #1 

Coplay, Pa. 18037 



Fenati Brick Co., Inc. 

P.O. Box 955 

New Castle, Pa. 16103 



Penn Big Bed Slate Co. 
P.O. Box 184 
Slatington , Pa. 18080 



Joseph DePola 

1 E. Sheridan Avenue 

New Castle, Pa. 



Eastern Industries , Inc 
P.O. Box 3188 
Wescosv ille , Pa. 



Ellwood Stone Company 
R.D. §2 
Wampum, Pa. 



Eastern Industries , Inc. 
R.D. HI 
Coplay, Pa. 



LEBANON COUNTY 



LUZERNE COUNTY 



Sheridan Slag Co. 
Route 72 
Sand Hill Road 
Lebanon , Pa . 

H. J. Smith & Son Inc. 
R.D. #4 
Lebanon , Pa . 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation 
Bethlehem, Pa. 18016 

Calcite Quarry Corporation 
P.O. Box 629, R.D. #1 
Lebanon, Pa. 17042 

LEHIGH COUNTY 

Coplay Cement Mfg. Co. 
Nazareth, Pa. 18064 



Hunlock Sand S Gravel Co. 

R.D. HI 

Hunlock Creek, Pa. 

The General Crushed Stone Co. 
White Haven, Pa. 18661 

Coolbaugh Sand and Stone Inc. 
32 Railroad Avenue 
Scranton , Pa. 18505 

J. A. S W. A. Hess Inc. 
P.O. Box 645 
Hazleton, Pa. 18201 

A. Barletta S Sons 
P.O. Box 40 
Hazleton , Pa . 

Adonizio Bros. Inc. 
203 Lippi Bldg. 
Pittston , Pa. 



372 LUZERNE COUNTY CONTINUED 

Airport Sand S Gravel Co. Inc. 
500 Swetland Lane 
Wyoming , Pa. 



Derry Limestone Co., Inc 
R.D. #1, Box 24-A 
Lewistown , Pa. 17044 

MONROE COUNTY 



Frank B. Sgarlat Sand & Gravel 
507 River St. 
Forty Fort , Pa . 



Herbert R. Imbt , Inc. 

P.O. Box 155 

State College, Pa. 16801 



Wayne W. Knorr , Inc 
R.D. #5 
Bloomsburg , Pa. 

MCKEAN COUNTY 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

Mignatti Construction Co 
2310 Terwood Drive 
Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 



Emlenton Limestone Co. Inc. 

Box 1128 

Oil City, Pa. 



Pottstown Trap Rock Quarri 
1 Quarry Road 
Douglassville , Pa. 19518 



es , Inc 



MERCER COUNTY 

Ralph M. Risch 
110 S. Pike Road 
Sarver , Pa. 16055 

Dunbar Slag Co. 
Ohio St. Ext. 
Wheatland , Pa. 16161 

Seidle Sand & Gravel Inc. 

R.D. #7 

Mercer, Pa. 16137 

Greenville Materials , Inc. 
Mercer Road 
Greenville , Pa. 16125 

White Rock Silica Sand Co. 
P.O. Box 391 
Greenville , Pa. 16125 

Glenn R. Dye 

R.D. #1 

Clarks Mills, Pa. 16114 

MIFFLIN COUNTY 



Montgomery Stone Company 
Upper State Road 
Montgomeryville , Pa. 

M & M Stone Co. 
Indian Creek Road 
Harleysville , Pa. 

Kibblehouse Quarries Inc. 
Perkiomenville , Pa. 18074 

Gill Quarries, Inc. 
Pot shop Road 
Fairview Village, Pa. 

Glasgow , Inc. 
McCoy Quarry 
Glenside , Pa . 

Glasgow , Inc. 
Ivy Rock Quarry 
Glenside , Pa . 

Gill Quarries , Inc. 
Spr inghouse Quarry 
Box 187 
Fairview Village , Pa. 



General Paving and Construction Co 
R.D. #1, Box 300 
McClure, Penna. 17841 

Faylor-Middlecreek Inc. 
Win field , Pa . 



MONTOUR COUNTY 

Lycoming Silica Sand Co. 

R.D. #4 

Danville , Pa. 17821 



MONTOUR COUNTY CONTINUED 

Lycoming Silica Sand Co. 

R.D. #2 

Milton, Pa. 17847 

Royer's Lime Quarries 

R.D. #2 

Milton, Pa. 17847 

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 

Alpha Aggregates 

Martins Creek, Pa. 18063 

Coplay Cement Mfg. Co. 
Nazareth , Pa. 18064 



Anthony Dally S Sons, Inc. ono 

Jackson Bangor Quarry 

Box 27 

Pen Argyl , Pa . 

Doney Slate Co. 

R.D. HI 

Pen Argyl , Pa . 

Diamond Slate Company 

R.D. #1 

Pen Argyl , Pa . 

Anthony Dally S Sons, Inc. 
Stephens Jackson Quarry 
Box 27 
Pen Argyl , Penna . 



National Portland Cement Co 
P.O. Box 2387 
Bethlehem, Pa. 18001 



The Trumbower Co. Inc. 
Tatany Road 
Nazareth , Pa . 



Albion Vein Slate Co., Inc. 

The Stoddard Slate Companies , Inc 

Box 67 

Bangor, Pa. 18013 

Universal Atlas Cement Div. 
U.S. Steel 
600 Grant Street 
Pittsburgh , Pa. 



NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY 

Watsontown Brick Company 
P.O. Box 68 
Watsontown , Pa. 17777 

Central Builders Supply Co. 
R.D. HI 
Northumberland , Pa. 



Penn Dixie Industries Inc. 
P.O. Box 152 
Nazareth, Pa. 18064 



Bear Gap Stone Inc 

R.D. #2 

El ysburg , Pa . 



Keystone Portland Cement Co 
Bath, Pa. 18014 



Faylor-Middlecreek Inc 
Winfield , Pa. 



Martin Marietta Cement 
P.O. Box 119 
Northampton , Pa. 18067 



Meckley ' s Limestone Prod. Inc, 
R.D. til 
Herndon , Pa . 



Hercules Cement Company 
Stockertown , Pa. 18083 

Lone Star Industries Inc. 
Nazareth , Pa . 
Imperial Quarry 



PERRY COUNTY 

Four Forty One Corp. d/b/a Perry Rock 

Newport Plant 

1001 Paxton Street 

Harr isburg , Pa. 17105 



Lone Star Industries , Inc. 
Nazareth , Pa . 
Plant Quarry 



Pennsy Supply Inc. 
Dromgold Quarry 
1001 Paxton Street 
Harrisburg , Pa. 17105 



374 



PIKE COUNTY 



UNION COUNTY 



G. H. Litts S Son Inc. 

R.D. #2, Box 497 

East Stroudsburg , Pa. 18301 

Pike County Sand S Gravel 
100 4th Street, Box 351 
Honesdale , Pa . 

Weidner Concrete 

100 4th Street, Box 351 

Honesdale , Pa. 



Faylor-Middlecreek , Inc. 
Winfield , Pa. 

John L. Iddings 
Mifflinburg, Pa. 

Glen Gery Corporation 
P.O. Box 37 
Watsontown , Pa. 17777 

VENANGO COUNTY 



SCHUYLKILL COUNTY 

Summit Quarries , Inc. 

Box 84 

Summit Station, Pa. 17979 

Huss Contracting Co. 
Andreas, Penna . 18211 

Refractory Sand Co., Inc. 
Andreas, Pa. 18211 



Emlenton Limestone Co., Inc. 

Box 1128 

Oil City, Pa. 16301 

Emlenton Limestone Co., Inc. 

Box 1128 

Oil City, Pa. 16301 

Emlenton Limestone Co., Inc, 

Box 1128 

Oil City, Pa. 16301 



SNYDER COUNTY 

National Limestone Co. 

Box 397 

Middleburg , Pa. 17842 



SOME! 



COUNTY 



Vincent Excavating S Gravel 

R.D. $3 

Franklin , Pa. 16323 

Tionesta Sand & Gravel Inc. 

Box 208 

Hawthorn, Pa. 16230 



New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. 
New Enterprise , Pa. 

Keystone Lime Co. Inc. 
Springs, Pa. 15562 

Clarence Rodamer 
Springs, Pa. 15562 

General Refractories Co. 
50 Monument Road 
Bala-Cynwyd , Pa. 19004 

SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY 



J.L. & J.S. Berringer 
R.D. #2 
Harrisville, Pa. 

Pennsy lvania Glass Sand Co. 

Box 51 

Utica, Pa. 16362 

Lewis Phillips 
Franklin , Pa . 

Oil City Sand £ Gravel Co. 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Pa. 16301 



Kirk S. Hinkley 
7 Susquehanna Ave 
Halstead , Pa. 



B. Jean Strawbr idge 
R.D. #2, Box 9 
Titusville , Pa. 1635- 



WARREN COUNTY 



WESTMORELAND COUNTY 



375 



General Concrete Products Co, 
P.O. Box 627 
Warren, Pa. 16365 



Lynn S Hall Inc. 

Box 629 

Smi thton , Pa . 



Sherman Company 

Box 208 

Hawthorn, Pa. 16230 



Sam Laspina Jr. 

R.D. #2 

Irwin, Pa. 15642 



Warren Sand & Gravel Co., Inc 

P.O. Box 1128 

Oil City, Pa. 16301 



West Penn Quarries , Inc, 
P.O. Box 173 
Blair sville , Pa. 



Emlenton Limestone Co., Inc. 
P.O. Box 1128 
Oil City , Pa . 



M. Carl Hoover 
R.D. #4, Box 165 
Greensburg , Pa. 15601 



Emlenton Limestone Co., Inc. 
P.O. Box 1128 
Oil City, Pa. 



Eidemiller Enterprises , Inc 
Whitney Quarry 
Whi tney , Pa . 



Emlenton Limestone Co., Inc. 
P.O. Box 1128 
Oil City, Pa. 



Eidemiller Enterprises , Inc 
Baggaley Quarry 
Baggaley , Pa . 



Brokenstraw Gravel Co., Inc, 

Box 77 

Pitts field , Pa. 



Paul W. Kendi & Sons, Inc. 

R.D. #3 

Mt . Pleasant , Pa. 



WAYNE COUNTY 



WYOMING COUNTY 



Weidner Concrete 

100 4th Street, Box 351 

Honesdale , Pa . 



Eugene M. Decker 
R.D. #4 
Tunkhannock , Pa. 



Keystone Pavement & Construction 
Lake Ariel , Pa. 18436 



Wyoming Sand & Stone Co. 
Falls, Penna. 18615 



Wayne Crushed Stone, Inc. 
3100 N. Main Ave. 
Scranton , Pa. 



East Lemon Sand S Gravel Inc. 
R.D. ftl 
Factoryville , Pa. 



George F. Edwards 

Box 174 

Elmhurst, Pa. 18416 

WESTMORELAND COUNTY 



YORK COUNTY 

Codorus Stone S Supply Co. Inc 

R.D. #5 

York, Pa. 17402 



Commercial Stone Co. 

P.O. Box 208 

Belle Vernon, Pa. 15012 



The J. E. Baker Co 

Box 1189 

York, Pa. 17405 



376 YORK COUNTY CONTINUED 

White Pigment Corp. 
R.D. #6, Box 881 
York, Pa. 17405 

White Pigment Corp. 
R.D. #6, Box 881 
York, Pa. 17405 

National Gypsum Co. 
501 Hokes Mill Road 
York, Pa. 

Bobali Corp. 
York Haven Plant 
R.D. #1 
York Haven , Pa . 

York Stone S Supply Co. 
Roosevelt Avenue S Fahs St. 
P.O. Box 1948 
York, Pa. 17405 
Limestone Quarry 

York Stone & Supply Co. 
Roosevelt Ave. & Fahs St. 
P.O. Box 1948 
York, Penna. 17405 
Silica Rock Quarry 

Standard Concrete Products Co, 
700 N. Sherman St. 
York, Pa. 17402 



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